Robbie Muirhead has revealed that the Dons fans couldn’t have picked a better song for his chant from the terraces!
“The song they’ve chosen was my tune from my holiday last summer so it’s actually alright,” he told mkdons.com.
“I heard it a few weeks before I went away and I kept on playing it – it was also the last song I listened to before the game (against Gillingham).”
“I've played more than 100 games but I’ve only just turned 21 and I'm still learning my trade. I feel like there's a lot more to come.”
He added: “I think in the first few games I was over-complicating it. I still get nervous before games but I think today I went out there and was able to express myself.
“I went close at Port Vale and it has been playing on my mind all week. If I scored last week, we'd have won the game 1-0, but this week I was just happy to score.”
He said: “I won it back on the right-hand side and the space has opened up in front of me. I've hit it, but I was lucky and it ended up in the back of the net!
That seemed to spur on the 21-year-old, who set the men from MK1 on their way to a thrilling 3-2 success with a stunning opener – also his first for his new side.
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He said: “It topped off the day for me, with the goal too, but the most important thing for me though was the three points.”
His goal and performance earned him the man-of-the-match award but Muirhead was quick to point towards the team.