Date: 4th October 2015 at 5:29pm
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Barnet’s performance at Wimbledon got what it warranted….nothing! This was the case with the Bees beaten two-nil at Kingsmeadow on Saturday.

Martin Allen said it was ‘a disappointing performance’ with the win Wimbledon got merited, as he didn’t think Barnet ‘really deserved anything’ with the boss even more disappointed following the showing at Plymouth, albeit that in defeat, seven days earlier.



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This isn’t something that’s happened too often under Allen but he went onto admit his side ‘weren’t quite at the races, but we were average.’

An early goal from Lyle Taylor (7), when he finished of a George Francomb pass in the opening minutes and a late Sean Rigg (90) second, after he came off the bench, sealed this in injury-time with Barnet caught as the Bees pushed up for an equaliser.

Barnet still had hope of that equaliser at the time as Oxford loanee ‘keeper Max Crocombe had saved a penalty awarded to Wimbledon for a Michael Nelson foul on Adebayo Azeez, Crocombe got the better of Francomb, not that it mattered too much in the end!

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