MK Dons goalkeeper David Martin pulled off the most important save in the club's history during yesterday's highly-charged FA Cup win over AFC Wimbledon.

Former Liverpool keeper Martin, who played two matches for Wimbledon before the club's high-profile move to Milton Keynes, broke the League Two side's hearts by denying Steven Gregory one-on-one late on before Jon Otsemobor's flicked late winner.

Martin was pleased with his finger tip save and said: "It would have obviously been a fairytale for them to be going 2-1 up in the last minute but I'm employed by MK Dons and the chairman here.

"So it's a great thing to make a difference for any team that you play for, let alone in a big game like this that is unique.

"That's what I'm there for at the end of the day - it's great to actually make a difference in a big game.

"I'm just pleased it's all over now."