Norwich City loan watch: Morris nets a stunning individual goal despite Dons defeat
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Norwich City loanee Carlton Morris scored a stunning individual goal for MK Dons despite being on the wrong side of a 2-1 defeat to Accrington Stanley.
The 24-year-old picked the ball up from inside his own half before surging into the penalty area, shrugging off Stanley defenders, before coolly finishing at the near post.
Morris appears to be recapturing his form at Stadium MK after manager Russell Martin dropped him to the bench a few weeks ago. This was a complete performance from City's FA Youth Cup winner, who was hard to shake off the ball and caused Accrington constant problems.
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Dan Adshead was substituted after 67 minutes as SC Telstar were beaten 2-1 by Cambuur. Elsewhere, Danel Sinani was an unused substitute as Waasland-Beveren beat Royal Excel Mouscron 2-1.
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