MK Dons striker Charlie MacDonald ended his 19-game drought by scoring a late goal in their win over Yeovil.
The 31-year-old raced clear to slot the ball home 15 minutes from time and maintain the Dons' 100% home record.
The Dons controlled the first half and Luke Chadwick had a curling shot superbly saved by keeper Marek Stech.
Yeovil upped their game after the break and Luke Ayling's header was cleared off the line by Darren Potter but MacDonald's late goal sealed the win.
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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"It was a great ball from Lewie (Dean Lewington) that put Charlie in.
"It was important that he took it calmly, he didn't snatch at it - I heard people getting anxious and shouting 'shoot, shoot, shoot' - but he got it back on his strong side and finished with tremendous aplomb.
"The disappointing thing was that we missed four chances afterwards that would have made it more comfortable, so we could relax.
"It's been a good week, and to finish it off with a result was brilliant."