Wrexham slumped to a 3-5 home defeat against MK Dons on the opening day of the League Two season in what was an entertaining clash full of attacking quality and plenty of goals.
Back from their pre-season tour of America and back in the big time as Wrexham welcomed MK Dons for their League Two opener.
Two goals in the first 10 minutes for the visitors sought to spoil the fairytale return to the EFL as Eoghan O'Connell turned the ball into his own net before Mohamed Eisa doubled the deficit.
The hosts responded just before half-time as Jacob Mendy pulled a goal back before the Dons went on a second-half rampage.
Jonathan Leko struck twice in quick succession to thwart any hopes of a famous comeback in Wales as Wrexham manager Phil Parkinson struggled to fill the striker-shaped hole in their team left by the injured Paul Mullin.
Jordan Davies came off the bench to score late on for Wrexham, before Daniel Harvie added a fifth goal for the visitors and Anthony Forde bagged a third for the fresh faces of League Two, but it wasn't enough to help them avoid defeat.