Jordan Houghton says MK Dons didn’t look like the side they want to be in Saturday’s defeat to Doncaster Rovers.
Having dominated large spells of the game, the Dons were undone in the second half as Kayne Ramsey swept home from Jon Taylor cross.
The strike was enough to earn Darren Moore’s side all three points, and while Houghton believes it was a strong first-half showing from Russell Martin’s side, he added it was their performance in the second half that was most disappointing.
“Frustration is the point we take away from the game,” Houghton told the media following Saturday’s defeat at Stadium MK. “They came with a game plan and have gone away with a 1-0 win – fair play to them.
“The second half wasn't us, and not how we like to play. We like to control the first half and kick on to another level - we didn't do that.
“I don't think we had control of the second half. It's hard to say what it was, they had a few counters, played out a bit too easily, and that's where their goal came from.”
Houghton added, “There will be factors why we didn't continue our second-half performance, we'll look to improve and hope it doesn't happen again.”
MK Dons return to Sky Bet League One action on Saturday when they take on Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium.
The Club has reduced the price coach travel for Season Ticket holders and members to just £10, while coach spaces for all other supporters are priced at £14.
Tickets, meanwhile, are priced at £24 adults, £17 seniors, £16 under-22s, £14 under-18s and £10 under-13s while under-7s tickets are priced at £6.
To book tickets/travel click HERE, visit the Box Office or call 01908 622933. Tickets and travel will be available from the Club until 5pm on Friday 13 March.
As things stand, no tickets will be sold at the Kassam Stadium on the day of the game. Therefore supporters are advised to purchase tickets in advance from the Club.