Joe Ward of Peterborough United in action with Emmanuel Monthe of Tranmere Rovers. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com
Mo Eisa and Ivan Toney continued their fine form to put Posh in a commanding position before the home side levelled through Liam Ridehalgh and Ollie Banks.
Made a superb save in the final minute to preserve a point and was off his line effectively all night. Looked strong and decisive for most of the game, even when playing as a third centre-back late on. Some good defensive headers, but conceded too many free-kicks. Not as his most assured defensively and wasted a couple of fine crossing opportunities. He was a calm head among the madness. Won all his headers and saw danger early and reacted positively to it. Looked Posh's best player in the first-half, winning headers and making a fine goal-saving challenge. He let forwards get behind him too often after the break, but made some great blocks also. A mixed bag from the midfielder, but he kept looking for the ball and tried to use it positively at all times. A powerful running display.. He did well in the build-up to the first goal. Strong defensive effort also. Superb run and cross for Toney's goal, but he doesn't look overly-happy in a diamond. His weakest display of the season. Crossed poorly, couldn't get past defenders. One neat early ball might have led to a goal for Toney though. Treated harshly by officials. A fine finish from a tricky angle was a reward for a terrific workrate and some decent possession play. Wonderful attitude and work ethic and a fine finish for goal number eight. His general play wasn't great though. Not given long,, but wasted a great chance to create a winning goal by holding onto the ball too long. Sent on for Maddison with 15 minutes to go and showed some neat touches.