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Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo who is currently on loan to Charlton was sent off during injury time of the 0-0 draw after dishing an elbow to MK Dons defender Antony Kay.
MK Dons manager Karl Robinson expressed his disgust with the striker action and suggested he should be banned for the rest of the season.
“He’s clearly off the ball, he’s had one go and a second,” said Robinson.
“Equally, Rob Hall’s been clotheslined on the the far side. Some of the challenges were borderline assault.”
He continued to BBC Three Counties Radio: “I was expecting to see the police in the tunnel at the end of the game because the challenges were so bad.
“I know it’s about fighting and competing for survival in one of the most difficult leagues in Europe, but there’s still got to be an element of control.”
“We don’t need this in our situation, certainly not.
“We are all nervous about the situation. [To not win] against a direct opponent, it’s two times more difficult [to survive].”
“Four years ago I sent Gary MacKenzie into the press conference to apologise to everybody for his actions,” said Robinson.
“We took full responsibility and it’s not an acceptable part of the game, and today it’s been the reverse happened against us – he could have broken his jaw.
“Their manager didn’t shake my hand until we were in the tunnel either, so it ended on a bitter note for me. But we were the better team.”