Haringey Borough’s FA Cup fairytale is over after a 90th-minute strike from Mitchell Pinnock handed AFC Wimbledon a narrow 1-0 victory at Coles Park. In front of a record crowd of 2,710 spectactor, the non-league outfit were heading for a replay when Pinnock’s deflected striker looped over goalkeeper Valery Pajetat. Haringey had won five matches to reach the FA Cup first round for the first time in their history and gave a good account of themselves against League One side AFC Wimbledon, who were 91 places above them in the leagues. The hosts clipped the bar through Michael O’Donaghue and even had a goal ruled out for offside in the first half on a cold and rainy night in north London. Goalkeeper Pajetat had a terrific evening in goal and denied Joe Pigott and Tom Soares with a string of fantastic saves. Unfortunately, he could do nothing to stop the winning goal. Pinnock had been threatening to score all evening and when the midfielder lined up a shot, it as charged down by a Haringey defender. The ball completely wrongfooted Pajetat and nestled into the top corner. The goal may have broken the hearts of the Haringey fans but not their spirit, as the continued signing long after the final whistle.