Jack Compton hat-trick earns Yeovil a vital victory
Jack Compton's hat-trick brought AFC Wimbledon's four-game winning streak to an end and earned Yeovil a 3-2 win.
The Dons led twice in the first half through David Fitzpatrick and Tom Elliott, but on both occasions Compton levelled for the visitors.
And in the second half the winger scored the winner from the penalty spot after substitute Kevin Dawson was fouled by Callum Kennedy.
Wimbledon went ahead after nine minutes with a brilliant team goal as Jake Reeves and Elliott combined to set up Fitzpatrick to blast in from 20 yards.
Yeovil were level just three minutes later as Liam Walsh sent Compton clear and the winger slid the ball past home goalkeeper James Shea.
Wimbledon regained their lead on the half hour when Barry Fuller found Elliott in space and the big striker volleyed past Artur Krysiak from the edge of the area.
But they were only ahead for five minutes as Compton scored his second, curling a free-kick on the touchline past an embarrassed Shea to make it 2-2, before Compton notched from the spot.