Ivan Toney of Peterborough United in action against Doncaster Rovers. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.
Most of the team received a ‘poor’ personal rating
Made one fine low save to thwart Jon Taylor in the first-half. A little slow off his line to confront Sadlier for the second goal. Run ragged by Taylor for most of the game. Substituted for a change of formation late on. A real dip in form. A senseless attempt to get the ball led to the killer second goal. Crossed poorly when venturing forward. His lack of pace was cruelly exposed for the second goal. His distribution was woeful. He lacked the composure and certainty of recent weeks, but he competed well and was much better than others at the back. Laboured throughout. Passed the ball indifferently. Never threatened to dictate the pace of the game. He just looks like a fish out of water on the left of a diamond. Little positional sense and unsure of when to pass and when to dribble. Worked hard, but he rarely influenced the match in a positive way. Missed the best chance to get Posh back in the game after the break. Subdued by his recent standards, but still created the best opportunity and struck the post late on. An anonymous figure who played too far away from Toney. Ploughed a lone furrow up top., but still a handful at times. Unlucky to hit the bar twice in the same attack. The half-time substitute for Ward ran fast without getting anywhere. The half-time replacement for Butler looked as jittery as the man he took over from. A passenger late on after picking up an injury. On for Mason for the final quarter and asked to play in an advanced wing-back role. he did okay to be fair.