AFC Wimbledon 4-0 Portsmouth
An Andy Frampton brace helped AFC Wimbledon ease past Portsmouth and give them their first home win since September.
The Dons had the chance to go in front from the spot but Harry Pell's penalty was saved by Trevor Carson.
However Frampton poked home his first shortly afterwards and doubled his tally with a header in the 74th minute.
Sammy Moore's sweetly struck half-volley sealed the win before Michael Smith added a fourth in injury time.
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Portsmouth boss Guy Whittingham told BBC Radio Solent:
"It's a defeat that really makes you think deeply about how you put things right.
"Within a week we've lost three games [after defeats against Newport and Stevenage] and you have to think about going back to basics.
"We've conceded far too many goals through basic defensive errors.
"You can shout all you want but you have to try and talk sense but it's a result that's very hurtful."
- 2FullerBooked at 37mins
- 12PellBooked at 25mins
- 4SweeneySubstituted forMooreat 75'minutes
- 39MohamedSubstituted forFrancombat 86'minutes
- 40CarsonBooked at 22mins
- 16FerryBooked at 66mins
- 6BradleyBooked at 86mins
- 13ErtlSubstituted forRaconat 57'minutes
- 23AgyemangSubstituted forBirdat 30'minutesSubstituted forCraddockat 71'minutes
- Robert Lewis
- Shots on Target