Peterborough United’s unbeaten away record finally came to an end on Saturday afternoon, as in form Wycombe Wanderers defeated The Posh 1-0 at Adams Park.
Midfielder Bryn Morris’ 67th-minute strike was enough for Gareth Ainsworth’s side to become the first team to take three points from Peterborough United on home turf this season. The victory is The Chairboys’ third in four games, and helps them climb to 15th place.
The loss sees Posh drop out of the top two for the first time this season, as Sunderland climb into the automatic promotion spots as Jack Ross’ side gain the momentum everyone expected them to upon their relegation from the Championship last season.
Posh fans criticized the selection by manager Steve Evans for Saturday’s game, as well as the tactics deployed at Adams Park. His side failed to cause any serious threat throughout the game, as Gareth Ainsworth’s side got the better of The Posh.
Well that was a wake up call , now we wait to see how we respond next time out #pufc
— Gary Johnson (@gj1023) November 3, 2018
#pufc Well that sounded awful, still can't complain, still on track for playoffs if we can keep these performances to a minimum. Think Evans should have changed it sooner, but nobody's perfect.
— Jodi (@Maiakaat) November 3, 2018
Very poor. However Posh have responded from the 3 previous league defeats with a win – Over to them next Saturday
— David Mann (@Dorsetposh) November 3, 2018
Can't win them all but can't afford to lose many more or we can wave bye to automatic promotion need to bounce back in the next game time to start a new unbeaten run #pufc
— Peterborough (@14obrien14) November 3, 2018