A statistical look back at MK Dons' 2-0 victory over Wigan Athletic at Stadium MK...
12 – MK Dons had 12 shots on Saturday, which ranked fifth amongst Sky Bet League One teams. Stephen Walker had four of those, which was the fourth highest total in the division.
29 – Russell Martin’s men completed 29 dribbles, which was the third most in the league on Tuesday night.
28 – MK Dons made 28 progressive runs against Wigan Athletic, tied for most in Sky Bet League One.
44 – Martin’s side won the third-most attacking duels (44) in the division on Tuesday. Matthew Sorinola won 10 of those, which ranked fifth amongst Sky Bet League One players.
526 – MK Dons completed a league-high 526 passes against Wigan, producing an 87.67% accuracy rate. Dean Lewington led the side with 82 passes completed, which was also the most in the division.
16 – Martin’s team were passing at a rate of 16 passes per active minute on Tuesday night.
45 – MK Dons completed 45 final-third passes, which was the third highest amount in Sky Bet League One. Jordan Houghton led the division with 13, while the midfielder also topped the league with five loose-ball duels won.
96.15 – Andrew Fisher completed 96.15% of his passes, which was the best rate amongst players in Sky Bet League One who attempted more than 50 passes.
663 – Dean Lewington continues to lead the way in League One for passes completed (663), final-third passes completed (110) and forward passes completed (275). He also ranks fourth for loose-ball duels won (28).
93.64 – Warren O’Hora leads Sky Bet League One with an 93.64% pass completion. This stat only includes players who have attempted more than 200 passes.
4176 – MK Dons remain top of Sky Bet League One in all the major passing categories: passes completed (4176), final-third passes completed (471), forward passes completed (1260) and through passes completed (30).
800 – Dean Lewington made his 800th professional appearance against Wigan Athletic.
1 – Stephen Walker scored his first MK Dons goal.
1 – John Freeman made his league debut as a second-half substitute.