Date: 19th October 2015 at 11:28am
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Blackburn’s Championship season continued with a defeat at the Stadium:MK against MK Dons on Saturday.

An unbeaten Blackburn run was ended, as MK Dons won for the first time in seven-matches, when an early Henley sending off making a difference. From the resulting penalty Reeves opened the scoring with second half goals from Church and a second from Reeves to condemn Rovers to a three-nil defeat.

MK Dons Highlights – Click Here.

Henley’s midweek joy when he was part of a Wales squad that made it to the Euros was turned to despair when his foul on Murphy not only brought MK Dons a penalty it also saw him sent off early on.

Bowyer On MK Dons Defeat – Click Here.

Reeves (11) made no mistake with the resulting spot kick, sending Blackburn ‘keeper Steele the wrong way to, amazingly, give MK Dons the lead in a league game for the first time in almost two-month!

The best hope of a Blackburn way back into the game came from Rhodes but his volley was kept out by MK Dons ‘keeper Martin who made a fine save in the second half, had that gone in things might have been different?

With 20-minutes to play Church (71) headed home from a close range, with Murphy again involved with him providing the cross, to make it two.

A last minute goal from Reeves (89), in a move that also involved Baker, former Rovers trialist Maynard and Brighton loan Forster-Caskey, wrapped up a first win for MK Dons since August and a biggest win in their Championship history, which granted only stretches this season!