Date: 29th October 2014 at 6:03pm
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MK Dons’ league cup dream is over, the quarter finals looked within touching distance but two late Sheffield United goals saw them come from behind to win 2-1 at the stadium:mk on Tuesday night.

Karl Robinson was obviously disappointed by defeat with the goals avoidable, with set-pieces a strength of Sheffield United’s with them the source of both goals, so they could have been prevented.

After the game Robinson told the media: ‘It’s disappointing and I’ve told the players in the changing room that we need to take care of the finer details.

‘Set-pieces we know are a strength of Sheffield United and it’s stupid, it’s silly and we need to learn to learn from that so we can use it as a positive.’

Chances not being taken cost us in the end, and he knows this.

What he is keen to do though is remember the ‘wonderful moments’ from another successful cup run and let them live with us forever and not dwell in the negatives but coming back stronger is his aim.

Adding: ‘We need to make sure that we can come back a little bit stronger.’

Benik Afobe’s cool penalty has us on track for the last eight until Sheffield United substitute Michael Higdon levelled it with four-minutes to play before snatching it deep into injury-time.

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