Peterborough boss Steve Evans admitted he was disappointed after his team blew a two goal against Bradford on Saturday.

Peterborough were 2-0 up but a stunning goal from Kelvin Mellor brought Bradford back into it. Luca Colville then equalised in the 89th minute. That goal secured Bradford a replay and ensured they are in the hat for Monday’s FA Cup draw.

This is what the Posh boss had to say when speaking to The72 after the game. “Well it can only be disappointment, they’ve had two efforts at goal. One is an outstanding strike and the other is a ricochet that beats the keeper and I think that’s the only two efforts they’ve had on goal.”

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He was quick to praise his teams first half performance saying it was outstanding but admitted the second half wasn’t as fluent. “From that point of view we’ve had numerous chances first half in what was an outstanding first half, not so fluent in the second half but still overloading their box in the second half.

Evans was unhappy with the decision to award a free kick against Marcus Maddison when he was through on goal. “The big moment for me was when the assistant referee gives free kick against Marcus (Maddison) when he’s through on goal. Its never been a free kick.

He then went on to praise Bradford for the their comeback before admitting disappointment .”Credit to Bradford they ground it out, they were buried. they get a wonder strike and get back in the game so we’ll be disappointed.”

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