Gueret save earns draw for Dons

A missed penalty proved costly as Yeovil failed to give Terry Skiverton his first win as manager as they drew 0-0 with MK Dons.

Last Updated: 21/03/09 at 18:41 Post Comment

Gueret: His save ensured Dons earned a point

Gueret: His save ensured Dons earned a point

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A clumsy 29th-minute challenge by Flavien Belson brought down on-loan Tottenham youngster Andros Townsend, but Gavin Tomlin saw his weak penalty saved by Willy Gueret.

Another Spurs teenager Jonathan Obika - also making his Yeovil debut - had the ball in the net early on, but his effort was ruled out by an offside flag.

The Dons created the better chances and Yeovil were twice saved by goal-line clearances as well as the excellent goalkeeping of Chris Weale.

Two minutes into the second half Terrell Forbes headed off the line from Jason Puncheon and in the 80th minute a goal-bound header by Miguel Llera was headed up against the crossbar and away by Danny Hutchins.

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