Peterborough United were well worth their win admits Pompey manager Kenny Jackett
Jackett felt that the scoreline was a fair reflection on the contest, with his side having just three shots on target.
And he was frustrated that Christy Pym had a relatively comfortable afternoon between the sticks for Posh.
The Blues boss told his club’s media team: “They edged both halves and while we had a lot of pressure in the second half, we didn’t do enough going forward.
“We all know about their attacking threats and Toney looked a very good centre-forward, scoring a crucial second goal.
“That took the game away from us, but the real disappointment for me was that we never really got going in an attacking sense.
“We couldn’t find those shots or do enough to work their keeper – they were able to look after us defensively and really limit us.
“The real disappointment for me was that we never really got going in an attacking sense.
“Our combination play wasn’t quite right and we weren’t able to get quality balls into the box to hurt the opposition.”
Pompey collected six yellow cards at London Road, with three of them issued for dissent, including one for Ronan Curtis after the final whistle.
Jackett said: “You don’t want those bookings because – as you’ve seen with Christian Burgess (a key suspension for Pompey today) – they can tot up.
“But the players were frustrated with the officials and I have some sympathy with them, although I don’t like blaming referees.
“And credit to Peterborough because they worked our keeper more than we worked their one and that’s got them the win.”