Burton Albion 3-2 AFC Wimbledon- Report

By DSG
Last updated : 26 November 2011


Billy`s Kee to Burton success

Billy Kee's double kept Burton among the npower League Two front runners, as AFC Wimbledon were beaten 3-1.

Kee struck twice in a 15-minute spell to continue his remarkable run of scoring form since his #20,000 move from Torquay in August.

He was on hand to steer home an eight-yard shot after full-back Aaron Webster's cross had not been cleared by the Dons in 14th minute and then cashed in on some poor defending by the visitors for his second.

Kee beat goalkeeper Seb Brown to Kevin Amankwaah's long ball before shooting into the empty net for his 11th goal in 10 starts for the Brewers.

The Dons fought back to reduce the deficit just before the break when Luke Moore pounced on a loose ball to drill a 12-yard shot into the bottom corner.

The visitors could have been level straight after the restart but top scorer Jack Midson drove his shot into the side-netting from a good position.

More heavy Burton pressure paid off when Adam Bolder smashed home a 15-yard shot in the 62nd minute.

The Dons pulled a goal back eight minutes from the end when Sam Hatton's low cross flicked off Webster into his own net, but it was too little too late.


Source: DSG

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