Brighton & Hove Albion (0) 2
Lua Lua, Murray
MK Dons (0) 0
League One, 11 September 2010.
Brighton moved up into seventh position, maintaining their unbeaten record at Withdean in League One.
The result disappointed MK Dons boss Karl Robinson, who admitted: “They are a good team and you have got to give them credit because they play in the right way when they go forward.” The victory was the Seagulls’ first ever league victory over MK Dons, at the fifth attempt. Milton Keynes won the return fixture 1-0 in February 2011.
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16 Casper Ankergren- A signing in the summer. Casper won the League One Player of the Month for September 2010, conceding just one goal in six matches.
4 Tommy Elphick- Very solid at the back with Adam El-Abd, to make life difficult for Sam Baldock.
6 Adam El-Abd- A typically strong performance to thwart the Dons attack time and again.
14 Inigo Calderon- Stand in captain for the absent Gordon Greer.
22 Marcos Painter- Full-back who made an exceptional contribution to the club’s defence in the previous campaign. In this match, Marcos combined well with Kazenga LuaLua down the left flank.
7 Elliott Bennett- Winger known for his accurate crossing and goal threat. Showed some nice touches and almost scored in the second half.
10 Matt Sparrow- Midfielder who grabbed two goals on his Albion debut during the previous month at Swindon.
12 Kazenga LuaLua- Loanee from Newcastle in his second spell with Albion. Scored with a scorching free-kick on 49 minutes and celebrated with his trademark acrobatics.
25 Radostin Kishishev- Classy Bulgarian international with 88 caps enjoying his one-year contract with the Albion.
9 Ashley Barnes- Hit 20 goals in a memorable first full season with the Seagulls.
17 Glenn Murray- In his final season with Brighton, Glenn scored 22 times in League One, including a goal poacher’s header in the 75th minute to seal the points.
Sub 18 Gary Dicker (for Sparrow 64)
Sub 24 Jamie Smith (for LuaLua 86)
Sub 26 Liam Bridcutt (for Kishishev 89)
1 David Martin- Son of ex-West Ham stalwart Alvin Martin. Let LuaLua’s venomous free-kick through his hands.
4 Mathias Doumbe- French defender in his second season with MK Dons after a free transfer from Plymouth.
6 Sean O’Hanlon- Former Everton and Swindon centre-back who added steel to the MK Dons’ defence since signing in 2006.
15 Danny Woodards- A defender with pace and aerial ability. Also capable of playing at full-back.
23 Adam Chicksen- Having been born in Milton Keynes, he joined MK Dons as a 14 year old and worked his way through the ranks into the first team. Signed for Brighton in July 2013.
16 Dietmar Hamann- Former Bayern Munich, Liverpool and Newcastle defensive midfielder who signed a year’s contract as player-coach at MK Dons in May 2010, but quit in February 2011 to join Leicester as first team coach.
22 Peter Leven- Scottish midfielder formerly with Rangers, Kilmarnock and Chesterfield. Used in a variety of roles in the middle of the park for MK Dons.
26 Luke Chadwick- Lucky not to give away a penalty trying to stop LuaLua in blistering form.
8 Jermaine Easter- Came closest for MK Dons but was denied by Ankergren.
10 Sam Baldock- Started the 2010/11 season with great goalscoring form, but found this game difficult against El-Abd and Elphick. Now playing for the Seagulls following a move from Bristol City in July 2014.
11 Angelo Balanta- Colombian striker and winger in the first of three loan spells at MK Dons from QPR.
Sub 14 Guy (for Hamann 60)
Sub 19 Ibehre (for Baldock 60)
Sub 28 Johnson (for Chicksen 83)
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