Michael Folivi scored for AFC Wimbledon last night just hours after his loan move from Watford was confirmed.

The 21-year-old was officially unveiled by the Dons around two hours before their pre-season friendly against Bristol City and was brought on as one of 11 substitutes on the hour mark.

He stepped up to score an 87th minute penalty as Wimbledon looked to recover after going 3-0 down.

The game finished 3-2, but the Dons were pleased with the Hornets' striker's display, describing it in their match report as an "impressive cameo".

Folivi spent last season with the Dons and scored twice in 11 appearances.

Before the game, manager Wally Downes said he was delighted to have the striker back for another season and told the club website: "I’m looking forward to him joining up with the other strikers. He was a big part of what we did last season. Michael is a forward with a lot of pace who gets in behind defences. After having him here previously, we know that he has a great attitude and he puts pressure on defenders."