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Vital Posh MOTM Results -Vs- Burnley

Five defeats out of five League matches and the latest in a catalogue woeful defending saw Posh ship five goals to struggling Burnley.

Posh looked threatening going forward and there was an industrious performance by Tyrone Barnett and an impressive debut as a fully-fledged Peterborough United employee by winger Nathaniel Mendez-Laing.

However, Posh looked like conceding on every attack by the opposition. Had it not been for keeper Bobby Olejnik, the score would`ve been far worse.

Who did you vote as your top three players of the match though?

The top three players as voted by you in the Man of the Match for the Burnley match were:

3rd Place: 20% Bobby Olejnik



2nd Place: 30% Tyrone Barnett



1st Place: 40% NATHANIEL MENDEZ-LAING




The next Man of the Match poll is up and running on the right hand side. Results will be announced on Saturday 22nd September.

Man of the Match Results for the 2012/13 season are as follows:

Man of the Match Results
DateOppositionH/AScore1st2nd3rd
18/09/2012Bristol CityH1 - 2
15/09/2012BurnleyA2 - 5
01/09/2012BirminghamA0 - 1
28/08/2012ReadingA2 - 3
25/08/2012Leeds UnitedH1 - 2
18/08/2012MillwallH1 - 2
18/08/2012Leicester CityA0 - 2
14/08/2012Southend UnitedH4 - 0


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Writer:mwl1967
Date:Wednesday September 19 2012
Time: 1:05PM

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