Tranmere 2-2 Peterborough: Rovers recover to earn draw

Tranmere vs Peterboro
Sky Bet League One
7:45pm Tuesday 17th September

Prenton Park
(Att: 5243)

Tranmere came from two goals down to earn a 2-2 Sky Bet League One draw at a match which watched Micky Mellon sent to the racks and burst into life in the second half with Peterborough.
Mo Eisa gave Posh the guide in the 54th minute before Ivan Toney pitched their advantage two minutes afterwards.
But Liam Ridehalgh pulled back after 65 minutes for Rovers with a diving header before Ollie Banks restored parity with a great 30-yard strike.
In between Rovers’ goals Tranmere boss Mellon was sent from the area by referee Tom Neild, however so given himself the very best seat in the house.
The hosts had played before committing too many players allowing to sting them Eisa impressively.
Tranmere were still reeling when a cross from Joseph Ward was by Toney to secure all three points for Posh.
However, Rovers reacted with gusto and the stage was set to equalise with a sensational half-volley that flew into the top corner if Ridehalgh found the net in Darren Potter’s cross.
Tranmere snatched a winner in stoppage time, together with the header pushed around the post from Christy Pym’s fingers of George Ray.

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