Leyton Orient remain in touching distance of the League One play-offs after leaving it late to beat MK Dons.
A game edged by Orient was goalless as it entered the final 10 minutes before full-back Lee Sawyer volleyed in his first goal for the club.
As MK pushed for an equaliser Dean Cox exploited the gaps to release Kevin Lisbie, who burst through and slipped the ball past Ian McLoughlin.
While the Dons' promotion hopes look over Orient a point off the play-offs.
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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"We deserved to get beaten 2-0. I thought we were poor. As a group, me included, we weren't good enough.
"Today I was disappointed for the whole 90 minutes. I can't defend myself or the players after a performance like that.
"I'm disappointed with the year and frustrated with today."