PIC GALLERY - Ardley hails AFC Wimbledon's "most complete performance" so far
AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley praised his charges after a second consecutive home win in League Two.
A Harry Pell spot-kick and Michael Smith's header in the first half were enough to complete a 2-0 win over Fleetwood on Saturday.
Speaking to Dons Player, Ardley said: "It was the most complete performance since I took over. I was a bit worried last week even after the euphoria of winning because we did not quite look like a team in spells."
He added: "In the second-half it was all about us seeing the game out. A third goal would have put us at ease and we had enough chances to do that, but we did not look in danger at the end.”
Dons have the distraction of a trip to Brentford tomorrow [Tuesday] in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, followed by league trips to York (September 7) and Chesterfield (September 14).
Skip: Jim Fenlon makes his way down the touchline in the 2-0 win over Fleetwood on Saturday SP73012
Goal scorer: Michael Smith got the second goal on Saturday afternoon
Carded: George Porter picked up a yellow card in the second half
On the spot: Harry Pell has three goals to his name so far this season
Leave it: George Porter gets away from the attention of the Fleetwood midfield
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