Here’s what happened next to that successful Posh team.
Posh: Mark Tyler, Richard Scott, Adam Drury (sub Ritchie Hanlon, 44 mins), Andy Edwards, Simon Rea, Steve Castle, Jon Cullen, Gareth Jelleyman, David Farrell, David Oldfield, Andy Clarke (sub Francis Green, 89 mins). Unused subs: Bart Griemink, centre-back Matthew Wicks and midfielder Matthew Gill.
MARK TYLER: The long-serving goalkeeper left Posh in 2009 and played for Luton Town for seven years before returning to London Road in March, 2016. Tyler has made 494 Posh appearances, the second-most in the club's history, and has still not formally retired. He is now the Posh goalkeeper coach.
RICHARD SCOTT: The right-back left Posh for Telford in 2001 and went on to play and manage Spalding United while running soccer schools for young children.
ADAM DRURY: Widely regarded as the best left-back in Posh history and went on to enjoy a great career with Norwich City. He skippered the Canaries in the Premier League. He also appeared for Leeds United and Bradford City in a Football League career that almost reached 600 games. He now coaches kids at Norwich and is part of the management team at crack Norfolk non-league side Wroxham.
ANDY EDWARDS: The centre-back and Wembley captain worked as a youth team coach at Leyton Orient and Arsenal and is now a development coach for the FA at St George’s.