MK Dons 2-1 AFC Wimbledon
The FA Cup with Budweiser
Second Round Proper
12.30pm, Sunday 1 December 2012
Stadium MK, Milton Keynes Dons FC
Live on ITV1
Winning clubs receive £27,000 from The FA's prize fund
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Jon Ostemobor grabbed a dramatic last-gasp winner as MK Dons beat AFC Wimbledon 2-1 to progress to the Third Round of The FA Cup with Budweiser.
The first-ever meeting between the two sides developed into a feisty affair that made a mockery of the two sides' league form.
MK Dons are riding high in League One while AFC Wimbledon are battling to avoid relegation from League Two, but The FA Cup ensured an even playing field – and AFC fought bravely.
They started the better of the two sides but MK Dons came into the game after a quarter of an hour, with Angelo Balanta inches away from giving the hosts the lead with a curling effort.
But the game needed a flash of inspiration and it was provided in spectacular style by Stephen Gleeson on the stroke of half-time.
There appeared little danger to the AFC Wimbledon goal but Neil Sullivan, who spent 12 years playing for Wimbledon, was left completely helpless as Gleeson smashed a shot from 25 yards into the top corner.
AFC Wimbledon were not disheartened, though. They improved as the second half went on, and were level on the hour mark with a goal that sparked delirium amongst their supporters.
Jack Midson was the man who got it, playing the ball out wide to Curtis Osano before dashing into the box to meet the cross with a superb diving header.
Both sides struggled to create any clear openings after that, and it seemed certain that a replay would be needed to separate the two sides.
But in the 92nd minute that all changed as Ostemobor produced a moment of real quality to flick home a cross by Zeli Ismail and send the home fans wild.