Coventry 2-2 AFC Wimbledon- Report

Last updated : 28 September 2016 By DSG

Andre Wright's late leveller earns Coventry a point

Andre Wright rescued a point deep into stoppage time for League One strugglers Coventry in a 2-2 draw with AFC Wimbledon.

The Sky Blues got off to the perfect start as James Shea parried a shot into the path of Marvin Sordell who put the rebound away after just two minutes.

City went looking for a second goal with some early sustained pressure, but could not create any clear cut chances before allowing the visitors back into the game

After a series of quick-fire chances the Dons finally responded eight minutes before the break with a header from captain Jon Meades.

Marcus Tudgay and Sordell both had chances to put Coventry ahead just before half-time but both were denied by James Shea.

That all looked to have come to nothing when Lyle Taylor scored with seven minutes left, but in the fourth minute of added time Wright spared the agony with a close-range finish.

The draw still leaves Coventry at the bottom of the table, without a home league win since April.

Source : DSG

Source: DSG