Tranmere vs Peterboro
Sky Bet League One
7:45pm Tuesday 17th September
Tranmere came from two goals down to earn a 2-2 Sky Bet League One draw with Peterborough at a match which burst into existence and watched Micky Mellon delivered to the stands.
Mo Eisa gave signals that the lead in the 54th minute before Ivan Toney doubled their advantage two minutes after.
But Liam Ridehalgh pulled back after 65 minutes for supper with a diving header before Ollie Banks restored parity with a great 30-yard strike.
In between Rovers’ goals Tranmere boss Mellon was delivered from the specialized area by referee Tom Neild, but so afforded himself the very best chair in the house to see the equaliser.
The hosts had performed before committing too many players forward allowing to bite them about the counter-attack Eisa, very.
Tranmere were still reeling when Toney side-footed house a cross from Joseph Ward to apparently secure all three points to Posh.
But Rovers responded with gusto and the stage was set for Banks to equalise when the web was found by Ridehalgh in Darren Potter’s cross.
Tranmere snatched a winner in stoppage time, with the header pushed around the post by Christy Pym’s hands of George Ray.