Wimbledon ease past York
Last Updated: 19/11/14 9:13am
AFC Wimbledon came from behind to beat York 3-1 thanks to Matt Tubbs' late double, sealing progression into the FA Cup second round.
Wes Fletcher had given the Minstermen an early lead but Jack Smith levelled the game in the second half and Tubbs netted two goals in the final 10 minutes to set up a second-round tie at Wycombe.
York made the perfect start when Fletcher's brilliant fifth-minute volley looped over James Shea and into the middle of the net from 30 yards.
But Smith's low drive levelled the scores in the 71st minute. Running in from the left, the former Millwall defender met Adebayo Akinfenwa's knockdown from a Frankie Sutherland cross.
Tubbs then gave the Dons the lead with nine minutes left after he was played through by Akinfenwa.
The on-loan Bournemouth striker added his second of the game to seal the win after 90 minutes, firing into an empty net after York keeper Michael Ingham came up for a corner.