Vital Posh MOTM Results -Vs- Notts County
Who has won Vital Posh Man of the Match for the Sky Bet League One match against Notts County? Find out the results
Posh made it two wins out of two League matches when coming from behind to defeat Notts County.
An entertaining match saw Posh dominate large parts of the match and limited their hosts to few clear cut chances but it was the Magpies who took the lead against the run of play through their captain Dean Leacock.
Their lead didn`t last long as a rare goal from a Lee Tomlin corner brought Posh level on terms thanks to a glancing Tommy Rowe header.
Posh turned on the style after that and extended their lead to 4-1 in the second half thanks to goals from Tyrone Barnett, Grant McCann and Britt Assombalonga.
County did pull a goal back deep into added time from the penalty spot but it was too little too late.
It was another good result but not a perfect performance. So who won the Man of the Match award?
The top three players as voted by you in the Man of the Match for the Sky Bet League One match against Notts County were:
3rd Place: 7.78 Britt Assombalonga
2nd Place: 7.94 Tyrone Barnett
1st Place: 8.03 DANNY KEARNS
*Marks are an average out of a maximum 10.
The full breakdown of the voting was as follows:
Man of the Match Results for the 2012/13 season are as follows:
|Man of the Match Results|
|10/08/2013||Notts County||A||2 - 4|
|06/08/2013||Colchester||A||1 - 5|
|03/08/2013||Swindon||H||1 - 0|
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