Paul Tisdale was proud after his MK Dons side ground out a 2-1 win over Lincoln.
Goals from Callum Brittain and George Williams consigned Lincoln to their first league defeat of the season as they went down 2-1 at MK Dons.
MK Dons manager Paul Tisdale has plenty of options ahead of his side’s home game against Lincoln.
Danny Cowley heaped praise on his Lincoln side after they ran out 4-0 winners over Southend at Sincil Bank.
Lincoln made light work of struggling Southend as they ran out 4-0 winners at Sincil Bank.
Lincoln will welcome back Jason Shackell for the first time this season as the Imps welcome Southend at Sincil Bank in hope of recording a third league win from three.
Frustrated Huddersfield boss Jan Siewert sympathised with the club’s disgruntled fans but said he does not fear for his job after a Carabao Cup first-round exit.
Harry Anderson scored the winner as League One side Lincoln dumped Championship opponents Huddersfield out of the Carabao Cup with a shock 1-0 win.
Teenage goalkeeper Ryan Schofield will start for Huddersfield in Tuesday night’s Carabao Cup first round clash with League One Lincoln.
Lincoln manager Danny Cowley felt his side put in the perfect away display to defeat Rotherham 2-0.The visitors ran out comfortable winners thanks to goals either side of the break and kept up their 100 per cent start to the League One campaign following last season’s promotion.Rotherham’s Shaun MacDonald turned into his own net from Tyler Walker’s cross and then Harry Anderson powered in a header after ghosting into the box from a corner.Cowley was full of praise for his players’ efforts in picking up three points.“I thought we showed resilience, determination and grit which are attributes you need if you’re going to win away from home,” he said.“I thought we worked hard in the first half to build a foundation and scored from two really well-worked set-pieces and kept a clean sheet so in terms of an away win, that was all the ingredients you need.“But we are not going to get carried away. We’ve got 44 more points to find.“We were playing against a team who have just come down from the Championship and we all know the difference between the Championship and League One, let alone League Two where we have come from.“We knew there was going to be a huge gap to bridge. I’m just really proud of the boys and their efforts.“The goal gave us a good position in the game at half time and I was really pleased with the second half. We came out and played the game in their half.”Rotherham’s manager Paul Warne feels his new players are still adjusting to their new surroundings.Warne said: “It wasn’t a great game or spectacle and the conditions played a major role in that.“I don’t think we played as well second half as we did in the first half. We just didn’t take our chances when we were on top and we got sucker-punched.“I think if we would have scored first half, when we were on top, and we had plenty of chances to do that, the game would have taken a different path. But it wasn’t to be.“Lincoln, and I don’t blame them for doing this, slowed the game down literally to its death and it frustrated our players.“We didn’t make their keeper work hard enough. I wasn’t over the moon with the performance. We didn’t do enough to warrant a draw. The effort was there but the confidence wasn’t.“We have players who have only played together for three or four games. It’s going to take a little bit of time to gel.”
Lincoln made it two wins from two after promotion to League One as they saw off Rotherham 2-0 at the New York Stadium.The Imps’ strong start to the season continued with goals either side of half-time securing victory.Rotherham’s Freddie Ladapo came closest to getting the opener after he showed skill on the edge of the box before firing just wide.The Millers had enjoyed the better of the play throughout the first half but were caught out on 42 minutes as Tyler Walker’s cross was turned into his own net by Shaun MacDonald.