Frankie Kent is all smiles at full-time after scoring his first Posh goal against Accrington. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

ALAN SWANN’s Peterborough United player ratings from the 4-0 win over Accrington Stanley

Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson admitted the final scoreline flattered his side.

But he admired the way his players went about their work in the second-half of a 4-0 win which sent Posh to the top of League One.

A brilliant, and crucial, save from a free-kick in the first half. He's now enjoying a rich vein of form.

1. Christy Pym: 7

A brilliant, and crucial, save from a free-kick in the first half. He's now enjoying a rich vein of form.
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Kept a very tricky winger in Sean McConville quiet which was the main part of his job in this game. Rarely ventured forward.

2. Niall Mason: 7

Kept a very tricky winger in Sean McConville quiet which was the main part of his job in this game. Rarely ventured forward.
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Stood off another dangerous winger in Jordan Clark too often, but also got stuck in impressively.

3. Frazer Blake-Tracy: 6

Stood off another dangerous winger in Jordan Clark too often, but also got stuck in impressively.
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Largely kept a beast of a centre forward quiet. Should have had a goal assist, but Mo Eisa muffed the opportunity.

4. Mark Beevers: 7

Largely kept a beast of a centre forward quiet. Should have had a goal assist, but Mo Eisa muffed the opportunity.
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