The Peterborough United development side drew 0-0 at stadium: mk against MK Dons on Monday afternoon.

A Peterborough United side including Erhun Oztumer, Conor Washington, Ricardo Santos and Gabriel Zakuani drew 0-0 with Milton Keynes Dons at stadium: mk, but it was goalkeeper Dion-Curtis Henry who was the standout performer with a string of fine saves.

Henry made the first save of the afternoon, beating away a curler from Tom Hitchcock after he let fly from 20-yards.

Harry Anderson's powerful shot deflected into the side-netting on 25 minutes as Posh pushed forward for the breakthrough.

The Posh goalkeeper produced a stunning reactionary stop to keep out a deflected Rasulo effort out on the stroke of half-time.

Washington sent a shot inches past the far post moments after the interval.

Rasulo was denied by teenage goalkeeper Henry just after the hour mark before Green fired the rebound over the top from 10-yards. Oztumer slid a shot inches past the far post after good work from Washington.

Liam Marshall replaced Zakuani on 67 minutes and moments later Green was cautioned for a foul on Luto.

Flanagan headed over from a corner kick after he wrestled clear of his marker as the Dons sensed the opener was on the cards.

Green was denied by a fine stop from Henry on 75 minutes before Jack Friend replaced Erhun Oztumer.

As the game entered the final stages, Henry produced another stunning stop, dashing from his line to deny Rasulo as he burst into the box.

Posh: Henry, Zakuani (sub Marshall 67min), Santos, Luto, H. Anderson, Keating (sub Lee 80min), Trialist, Oztumer (sub Friend 75min), Washington, Trialist, Adebayo-Rowling.