An MK Dons who were relegated before the final day wrapped up their campaign a 1-0 win at Shrewsbury Town.

A second half penalty for Kieran Agard decided a final day contest in Shropshire against a Shrews side who will face Charlton Athletic in the play-offs.

The result means the Dons will end the season in 23rd place, and ultimately ended the season six points from safety.

The Dons had the better of the early chances, with Callum Brittain hitting one effort wide and seeing another saved by Dean Henderson in the Shrewsbury goal, while Robbie Muirhead also saw an effort go over.

Having come close later in the half, Shrewsbury had a burst of pressure early in the second half as Shaun Whalley had an effort deflected wide and Carlton Morris hit the bar, while a dangerous cross from Abo Eisa failed to make a connection.

But the game’s winning moment came just after the hour, as Agard was felled by Eisa, and then duly scored the resulting penalty.

Shrewsbury saw Alex Rodman have a late goal disallowed and a few dangerous moments cleared by Dons defenders, and it lead to MK Dons holding out to end a miserable season on a winning note.