Rate the Peterborough United players in the Vital Posh Man of the Match Poll for the Carabao Cup first round defeat by Barnet which is now up and running.
What a woeful performance by Posh!
Both sides made three changes to their starting line-up but it was the visitors who looked more interested in the newly named League Cup.
Posh were atrocious in the first half as they adopted their preferred 3-5-2 formation and could quite easily have been more than the two goals to one down at half-time.
Andrew Hughes came on at half-time while the formation was changed to a more traditional 4-4-2 and it seemed to work wonders to start with. Posh looked more lively but they couldn`t convert their better possession into goals.
The death bell for Posh rang, against the run of play, when the visitors were awarded a freekick which was struck against the wall but the referee deemed it to be handball!!
The resulting spot kick was converted by Shaq Coulthirst, who left Posh just a matter of weeks ago!
What did you think to the performances of the Posh players and Grant McCann?
Rate the players below and the player with the best rating will win the Man of the Match.
If you`re unable to see the poll above, PLEASE CLICK HERE.
The poll is open until noon on Monday [14th August].
Don`t forget to vote in the following polls that are running at the time of print:
Posh v Barnet
Rate The Ref – Tony Harrington
Posh v Plymouth Argyle
Rate The Ref – John Busby
Man of the Match
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