Last Updated: Wed, 24 Oct 2012 10:12
Bristol Rovers manager Mark McGhee was furious with Tom Parkes' sending-off in the Pirates' defeat to Wimbledon.
The Dons went ahead after Garry Kenneth turned the ball past his own keeper Neil Etheridge, before Rashid Yussuff curled home to make it two.
Will Antwi nodded in a Yussuff free-kick before the break and, although Tom Eaves pegged a goal back for Rovers, their comeback was effectively ended by Parkes' second yellow card.
"It was a ridiculous sending-off from Tom Parkes, I told him not to get sent off," the Rovers boss said. "Even if they had scored we were still going to lose the game, but we would have had him for Saturday.
"It was totally unprofessional and unnecessary. It was a dreadful first half. As soon as we conceded we lost our shape and energy. It was such a lesser performance than Saturday it's hard to explain.
"Tom Eaves was the only positive, he scored another fantastic goal, and it keeps his goal-run going. Others within the team have got to do better."
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