Date: 18th August 2014 at 12:22pm
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Milton Keynes Dons suffered their first defeat of the 2014/15 season at the weekend.

Fresh from an opening day league win, and then a league cup victory, MK Dons went into the game at London Road very much in form against a Peterborough United side that weren’t. It was Posh that got the better on the day though with a three-two win.

Karl Robinson was left bitterly disappointed that his side were beaten with him thinking that the majority of the better chances had come our way with the assistant referee feeling the full force of his disappointment.

MK Dons boss Robinson told BBC Three Counties Radio: ‘It shouldn’t have been a defeat. I thought we had the better chances for a large part of the game.

‘I thought the assistant refereeing today was very, very, very poor. The worst I’ve seen.’

The boss step forward to ‘take responsibility’ for the defeat though, which came about when McEvoy put the hosts ahead, Alli brought us level but a double from Vassell left them in control. Powell’s goal was too little too late.

Robinson, who also felt that Posh showed the great strength they have in their squad, added: ‘I take responsibility for the defeat, not the players.

‘I thought they were a good side (Peterborough), the team will compete consistently. It just shows you the strength and depth they have with the injury problems that they have as well.’

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