A fact-check after MK Dons’ 2-1 victory over Doncaster Rovers at Stadium MK…
MK Dons have won four out of their first five league matches this season. The only previous occasions in which an MK Dons side has won as many as four of their opening five fixtures were in 2006/07 and 2011/12.
MK Dons have collected 12 points from their opening five league matches, which is the Club’s best points return after five games since 2011/12 when they earned 13 from a possible 15.
MK Dons have scored 12 goals across their first five league matches, which is tied for a Club record along with the 2007/08 and 2011/12 campaigns.
Only Wrexham (14) and Norwich City (13) have scored more goals than MK Dons (12) across the EFL so far this season.
MK Dons secured their fourth victory of the season against Doncaster Rovers, coming on 26 August. It took until 25 October for MK Dons to win their fourth league game of last season.
MK Dons’ victory over Doncaster Rovers was their second at Stadium MK this season, coming on 26 August. It took until Boxing Day for MK Dons to record their second home league win last season.
Daniel Harvie’s goal against Doncaster Rovers was the 800th scored by MK Dons at home, including matches played at the National Hockey Stadium.
Graham Alexander has led MK Dons to 12 points from his first five league matches in charge, tying Martin Allen for the best points return by an MK Dons manager at the start of their reign.
Graham Alexander has surpassed Dan Micciche for length of time in charge of MK Dons. As of 28 August, the Head Coach has been at the helm for 93 days – three days longer than Micciche.
Mo Eisa is currently tied for fifth amongst Sky Bet League Two players for goals scored (4). He also leads all his teammates for goal contributions (5).
Warren O’Hora and Dawson Devoy registered their first goal contributions in the victory over Doncaster Rovers, combining for the Dons’ second goal. Eleven different players have now contributed to a goal for MK Dons this season, either by way of scoring or providing an assist.
Alex Gilbey (111) has tied Jordan Spence for 33rd place in MK Dons’ list of all-time appearance makers.
Mo Eisa (84) has moved inside the Club’s Top 50 for appearances, tying Wade Small in 49th place.