Date: 21st February 2015 at 10:05pm
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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson was naturally pleased with the performance of his team in their 3-0 victory over Peterborough.

The opener from Will Grigg, and then two stunning strikes from Ben Reeves won the three points for the Dons.

Robinson recognised how hard his players worked, especially against one of the club`s biggest rivals. He told BBC Three Counties Radio:

“I thought the players’ appetite in the first half to try and win the game was sensational.

‘In some ways we probably played better in the second half. We had some very big chances to score even more goals.

‘The early goal helped but I think we had our stall set out early on and we knew what we wanted to do.

‘I think we showed that we really put ourselves on the line and every fight was fought to the max. I don’t think there are any players in that dressing room with any energy left and that shows how hard they’ve worked.’

Meanwhile, opposition manager Darren Ferguson was sacked soon after the game. So much for pre-match confidence?