Bristol City 1-1 Peterborough

17 October 2009 04:28
Peterborough earned a last-gasp draw at Bristol City thanks to a goal from George Boyd.Boyd, who was making a club record-equalling 124th consecutive appearance, headed in from Danny Rose's cross in the final minute. It was a deserved goal as Peterborough had dominated for large spells. The home side had taken the lead when Cole Skuse ran on goal, avoided two challenges before firing in a shot past keeper Joe Lewis. The result continued Bristol City's unbeaten league record at Ashton Gate this season, while Peterborough are still looking for their first away league win. Bristol City boss Gary Johnson: "I never felt we were home and dry as one goal is never enough. "Peterborough probably deserved a point the way the game went and we now have to beat Plymouth here on Tuesday to get ourselves into the top six. "Cole Skuse was a forward-thinking player against Peterborough and that's what we want from him." Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson: "I'm disappointed and frustrated because I feel it was another game we should have won. "We got a lucky break with our goal at the end, but had some great chances before that. "Bristol is a difficult place to visit and we would have taken 1-1 beforehand. Their home record is very strong so it is a good result for us in a way."

Source: BBC_Sport