Date: 24th August 2011 at 8:39am
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MK Dons not only caused a Carling Cup upset on Tuesday night they humiliated premier league side Norwich in the process.

Many would have seen this tie as an opportunity for The Dons, who not so long ago played in the same league as Norwich, to cause an upset but few would have expected – despite the free scoring nature of The Dons recently, especially in this competition so far – such a mauling!

The Dons were 2-0 up inside the opening half an hour at Carrow Road with goals from Chadwick (21), a former Norwich player, and Baldock (28).

Another from Chadwick (60) on the hour was soon followed by a Powell (67) goal to secure MK Dons a 4-0 win and passage into round 3.

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One Reply to “League cup – Norwich 0-4 MK Dons”

  • I was at the game and it truly was a fantastic performance against what was a relativity strong norwich side, not the best 11 but not their worst neither, they weren’t allowed alot of time nor space and the gulf in footballing ability and team work was not the way round many of the so called experts were expecting. Plaudits also have to go to the fans, for their level of noise and support, i’ve been to carrow rd many times as i live quite close, and never have the home fans been so outmatched by the away crowd.

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