The Brentford B forward started the match before being replaced by Ollie Palmer with the score at 0-0. It was Palmer who grabbed Wimbledon's goal with five minutes to play, and though it looked like it would be three points for Aaron and his teammates, they were dealt a blow on 97 minutes with an own goal from Paul Kalambayi.
The Dons head to Sunderland on Saturday looking to keep up their relatively steady start to the campaign having picked up five points from their first three matches.
Burton Albion kept up their excellent start to the season as they claimed a 1-0 win over Sunderland on Tuesday night. Jonny Smith grabbed the winner in the 66th minute of the game as they picked up an impressive home win. Ellery Balcombe was an unused substitute on the night and Albion will set their sights on a trip to Cambridge United this weekend. Burton are currently second in the League One table after three consecutive wins.