The manager of the League One outfit suggested his players may need to try and con the referee after his side were victims of some controversial decisions
MK Dons manager Karl Robinson has called on his players to 'cheat a little bit more' after his team were on the receiving end of some controversial decisions in Tuesday's 3-3 draw with Bristol Rovers.
MK Dons led 3-1 heading into the closing stages of their League One clash at home to Darrell Clarke's charges, but two late goals from Matty Taylor saw Rovers snatch a point.
And Robinson could not hide his frustration after the match, with the 36-year-old suggesting that his players needed to change their approach in order to get decisions.
"Maybe we need to cheat a little bit more, go down, scream, maybe we need to do that," he told the BBC.
"Honesty in the way we're doing things doesn't seem to be getting the right rewards."
"Stay on your feet, be disciplined, but you've seen tonight that's clearly not the case," added Robinson, who has been in charge of the club since May 2010.
"If you stay on your feet you don't get the foul. Ultimately you lose the football and you get countered on or you get kicked in your own area by a centre forward who finds himself two yards out tapping it in."