Troy Parrott completed the whole of MK Dons’ 3-2 loss to Sheffield Wednesday, in a home League One fixture on Saturday night. Once again impressing during the match, Parrott started the game to the right side of MK Dons centre-forward Mohamed Eisa, but the Spurs player would often appear in different positions in the final third throughout the match. Fairly early on in the match and after starting an MK Dons move, Troy received the ball before hitting a low effort wide of the Sheffield Wednesday goal, from the edge of the penalty area. The Dubliner was involved in two more good moves during the remainder of the first half. The first one would see him receive the ball before then going forward with it down the left side of the Sheffield Wednesday box, before passing it to Scott Twine, whose resulting effort went wide of the goal. Then not long before half-time, Parrott received a pass from Scott Twine down the left, and he then took the ball into the Sheffield Wednesday box. Parrott then lifted the ball over the outrushing goalkeeper, with Sheffield Wednesday defender Liam Palmer unable to stop the ball from going in on the line.
Early on in the second half Troy would make a good run in behind the Sheffield Wednesday defence, to try and get on a long pass. However, his resulting cross into the box was gathered by the goalkeeper. After Mohamed Eisa picked up an injury and had to be substituted, Troy went to the centre-forward position. A good pass with pace from substitute Hiram Boateng to Parrott inside the Sheffield Wednesday box, was unluckily not controlled as Troy would have wished, otherwise he would have had a great chance to score a goal. As the game went on Troy continued to work hard and also show good skill on the ball when it came his way. A good pass to Scott Twine down the left side of the Sheffield Wednesday box ended up with Twine having an effort saved. And then very late on in the game Parrott came inside with the ball into the left side of the Sheffield Wednesday box, before having an effort saved by the goalkeeper.