AFC Wimbledon 1-4 Barnsley, League One: quick-fire match report


AFC Wimbledon 4-3-3



Barnsley 4-1-4-1

Half Time: 1 - 1 Kingsmeadow ( Attendance: 4,795 (740) )
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An impressive second-half showing gave Barnsley all three points at Kingsmeadow to leave AFC Wimbledon further in the relegation mire.

The visitors took the lead through Cauley Woodrow’s neat finish from a corner in the 19th minute before Joe Pigott equalised from an Andy Barcham free-kick (36).

The Dons’ then should have had the lead at the interval when Jake Jervis missed a tap-in from close-range before Barnsley stepped up a gear in the second period.

First Kieffer Moore made it 2-1 with a towering header (51) before turning provider for Mamadou Thiam’s thunderous 65th minute strike.

And with the game sewn-up, Cameron McGeehan added some late gloss with the Tykes’ fourth of the afternoon.

The result means AFC Wimbledon are now five league games without a win, bottom of the League One table and seven points from safety.

Key Points

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Line Ups

AFC Wimbledon 4-3-3

Ramsdale; Watson, Nightingale, Oshilaja, Thomas; M.Pinnock, Kalambayi, Seddon; Barcham (Connolly, 59), Pigott (Wordsworth, 69), Jervis

Subs not used:

Wagstaff, Hartigan, Garratt, Wood, McDonnell


M.Pinnock, Seddon

Barnsley 4-1-4-1

Davies; Cavare, E.Pinnock, Lindsay, Williams (Pinillos, 67); McGeehan; Thiam, Mowatt, Moore (Adeboyejo, 80), Brown; Woodrow (Dougall, 42)

Subs not used:

Hedges, Green, Jackson, Greatorex


E.Pinnock, Williams

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