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17 October 2016

We take a look at all the essentials from our 2-1 home victory against Milton Keynes Dons at the weekend.

Paddy Madden came off the bench to turn the game around, as the Iron continued their unbeaten run to ten games.

Introduced on the hour alongside Kevin van Veen, it was the Dutchman's spilled shot that found Madden to restore parity after Kieran Agard had put the visitors ahead in the first half.

Madden then swept home the winner as Josh Morris raced down the right and found the Irishman with a square ball nine minutes from time.

To view a full match report from the game, click here.

Relive our minute-by-minute coverage of the game either on our Twitter page or via our Website Feed, embedded into the website.


To view extended highlights of the game on The Iron PlayerHD, click here.


To view the Iron's goal from our GoPro camera located behind the goal, click here.

Following the game, Graham Alexander labelled his side as superb to come back from a goal down and emerge with three points.

To view the Iron boss' full interview on The Iron PlayerHD, click here.

Following the game, the club media team interviewed midfielder Neal Bishop, with the 35-year-old pleased with his side's graft.

To view Neal Bishop's full interview on The Iron PlayerHD, click here.


Defender Murray Wallace also spoke to us, following his Iron Bar Man of the Match performance.

To view Murray Wallace's thoughts following the encounter, click here.

You can view a full gallery of the game, presented by photographers Damon Campion, Simon Wright and Luke Broughton by clicking here.

CELEBRATION: Paddy Madden notches his second and third league goals of the campaign.

The Iron extended their lead at the top of Sky Bet League One, coming from a goal down to beat MK Dons 2-1. 

Bradford's 12-game unbeaten run came to an end in dramatic fashion as Chris Maguire's late goal handed Oxford a 1-0 win. There were also late victories for Walsall and Bristol Rovers, who overcame Shrewsbury and Gillingham respectively. 

There were much more straightforward successes for Sheffield United and Charlton Athletic, who won 4-0 and 3-0 respectively, while Bolton, Fleetwood and Rochdale all triumphed 2-0 – the latter recording a sixth straight success. 

Millwall recorded the day's only away win, defeating Northampton 3-1, Southend edged past Chesterfield, while AFC Wimbledon and Swindon shared the spoils at Kingsmeadow, with Lawrence Vigouroux's penalty save proving vital for the Robins.

AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Swindon Town 
Bolton Wanderers 2-0 Oldham Athletic 
Bristol Rovers 2-1 Gillingham 
Charlton Athletic 3-0 Coventry City 
Fleetwood Town 2-0 Peterborough United 
Northampton Town 1-3 Millwall 
Oxford United 1-0 Bradford City 
Rochdale 2-0 Bury 
Scunthorpe United 2-1 Milton Keynes Dons 
Sheffield United 4-0 Port Vale 
Southend United 1-0 Chesterfield 
Walsall 3-2 Shrewsbury Town

Bradford City v Southend United
Bury v AFC Wimbledon
Chesterfield v Fleetwood Town
Coventry City v Oxford United
Gillingham v Walsall
Millwall v Bolton Wanderers
MK Dons v Bristol Rovers
Oldham Athletic v Scunthorpe United
Peterborough United v Northampton Town
Port Vale v Charlton Athletic
Shrewsbury Town v Sheffield United
Swindon Town v Rochdale

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