Erhun Oztumer scored a stunning goal as the Posh development team beat Gillingham 4-2.
The Peterborough United development team recorded a 4-2 victory over Gillingham at the Mick George Training Academy with Erhun Oztumer scoring a stunning goal from fully 30-yards.
Oztumer collected the ball from the centre circle, advanced and measured a perfect lob over the Gills goalkeeper with the ball finding the back of the net via the underside of the crossbar.
After the break, Posh soon began to get on top and opened the scoring through Edwards who poked home from close-range after good work from the impressive Leonardo Da-Silva Lopes.
The lead was doubled soon afterwards as Oztumer fired home his stunning effort and the attacking midfieldr had a big influence on proceedings.
Gillingham quickly reduced the arrears with a swerving shot that found the corner before Posh made the game safe with two quick-fire goals in an impressive showing to complete the scoring for Aaron Mclean's men.
The visitors provided a consolation when a free-kick crept into the far corner, but in truth, Posh could have added to their tally with Edwards twice denied by the goalkeeper before Da-Silva Lopes tricked his way past two defenders and cracked a shot against the post.
Posh: Henry, Maslen-Jones (sub Robinson 46min), Burgess, Brisley, Adebayo-Rowling, Newell, Keating (sub trialist 46min), Da Silva-Lopes, Oztumer, Edwards, Friend (sub Hood 46min). Unused subs: Ravas, Humphrey.