AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Bury

Danny Mayor's injury-time goal secured Bury victory at AFC Wimbledon to extend their unbeaten run to five games.

Dons striker Danny Hylton had a chance to open the scoring in the first minute, but his header was well saved by Bury goalkeeper Brian Jensen.

Hylton wasted another opening by failing to beat Jensen when sent clear, while Bury sub Jean-Louis Akpa-Akpro hit the bar after lobbing Ross Worner.

Mayor pounced at the death as the Shakers eased their relegation fears.

Bury moved up to 20th in the table, seven points clear of the drop zone, while the home side's defeat was their fourth in a row.

AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley told BBC London 94.9:

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Post-match: Dons manager Ardley

"I'm devastated, and feel the same way as the fans do.

"I know it's a results-based industry so I cant take any consolation from us being the better team for large parts of the game.

"It becomes not unlucky that you lose games and it's individuals, not tactics, which has cost us again, stupid errors.

"Confidence is low and we have to find a way of winning a game and scoring a goal."

As It Stood

TeamPWDLFAGDPts
1Chesterfield321610651292258
2Scunthorpe321513450311958
3Rochdale32176950361457
4Oxford Utd331413646281855
5Fleetwood311641148351352
6Burton32141083532352
7Southend321310939291049
8Newport2911993836242
9Hartlepool33119133638-242
10Plymouth31119112936-742
11York33913113837140
12Dag & Red321010123941-240
13Morecambe321010123642-640
14Exeter32109133842-439
15Cheltenham31912103640-439
16Wimbledon32108143238-638
17Mansfield32911123343-1038
18Bristol Rovers31910123032-237
19Accrington31910123541-637
20Bury30812103335-236
21Portsmouth32812123648-1236
22Wycombe31810133439-534
23Torquay3178163047-1729
24Northampton3178162542-1729
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