Published: 15/01/2013 21:46 - Updated: 12/02/2013 17:52

Football: How MK Dons' players fared against Sheffield Wednesday

Written byDAN PALMER

Sponsors' man of the match: Alan Smith Sponsors' man of the match: Alan Smith

Player ratings as Dons beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0.

DAVID MARTIN - A quiet evening for the keeper, but a clean sheet is a clean sheet. 6

JON OTSEMOBOR - Came through his first 90 minutes since December 8 against Brentford, and showed few signs of rust. 7

DEAN LEWINGTON - A dependable performance as ever from the skipper, who guided his team into round four for the first time. 7

GARY MACKENZIE - Will be delighted with how he settled back in during his first game after hip surgery. 7

ANTONY KAY - Played a key role in the back four as Wednesday were restricted to half chances. 8

SHAUN WILLIAMS - Moved into the midfield to allow for MacKenzie’s return. Buried his penalty in fine style. 7

DARREN POTTER - Reminded his former employers what they are missing with a composed display in midfield. 8

ALAN SMITH - A crunching midfield performance which angered Wednesday boss Dave Jones, but endeared himself to the Dons fans. 8

DEAN BOWDITCH - Won the penalty and curled in a second from a free-kick. Went off injured. Named man of the match. 8

DAN POWELL - Will remember this game for staying on his feet when he should have gone down for a second penalty. 6

RYAN LOWE - Failed to get a shot away properly when presented with a couple of chances. 6

MATHIAS DOUMBE (for MacKenzie ‘72) - Not much to report during late cameo. 5

ADAM CHICKSEN (for Bowditch ‘78) - Saw out the late stages of the match with no alarms. 5

DELE ALLI (for Powell ‘88) - Another few minutes in the 16-year-old’s football education. 5

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