Date:Tuesday September 17 2013
Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson described the win over Bristol City as "a perfect day".
Solid And Professional Performance
After a defeat and draw, it was vital that Posh got back to winning ways and although Saturday`s match at Bristol City looked a tricky one on paper, Posh easily kept the Robins out of range of Bobby Olejniks goal while scoring three times at the other end.
Posh boss Darren Ferguson was obviously delighted with the win as he said after the match: "A 3-0 victory away to Bristol City always ranks as a fantastic result and today is no different. The way we went about things was very impressive. The best way to describe it is a solid and professional performance. A clean sheet and both strikers scoring makes it a perfect day.
"We were very well organised from start to finish. We had a good shape both when in possession and when Bristol City had the ball.
"The most pleasing thing is the way we looked so strong against a team boasting several individuals who could easily cope at a higher level.
"There are still things for us to improve on, but I`m very pleased with what I saw today."
Fergie was really pleased with the way his forward pairing are shaping up and scoring on a regular basis: "Tyrone and Britt were very good again today, just as they have been all season.
"They have formed an excellent partnership and contributed the majority of our goals. They link up very well and pose a big threat."
"Tyrone scored a good forward`s goal and converting the penalty would have given us a real grip on the game.
"The fact it was saved gave City a lift and our second goal was the turning point of the game.
"It was a special strike from Britt who took both of his goals exceptionally well.
"He showed great determination to score his second and our third because he could easily have gone down under the challenge from a defender.
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Date:Tuesday September 17 2013
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