MK Dons manager Karl Robinson could not hide his delight after Lewis Guy's extra-time goal saw his side dump Premier League Blackpool out of the Carling Cup with a 4-3 win at stadium:mk.
The home side led in the first minute through Sam Baldock before Brett Ormerod brought the visitors level after the break. Jermaine Easter then netted twice in as many minutes before a free-kick from Ludovic Sylvestre gave Blackpool a lifeline.
Ormerod also had two close-range efforts disallowed for offside before a late penalty from substitute Charlie Adam took the game into extra-time where Guy struck the winner.
"I'm delighted for the boys," Robinson said. "They were fantastic and what pleased me the most was that we dominated a Premier League team for long periods.
"We scored some unbelievable goals that would have graced any ground in the country. When we moved the football quickly we looked a very good side against a team that got out of one of the toughest leagues in Europe last season. They were a tough test for us and I'm immensely pleased."