Posh win the Bristol Street Motors Trophy

Harrison Burrows was the hero as his two goals secured the Bristol Street Trophy for his boyhood club.

Peterborough United lifted the Bristol Street Motors Trophy at Wembley Stadium, ten years on from the success back in 2014 and watching on a decade ago was Harrison Burrows, a Posh fan that was just starting his journey to becoming a professional footballer - in 2024 he was the hero as he bagged a brace including in the last minute to secure the silverware. 

It was a cagy start to proceedings with the Chairboys enjoying the brighter moments in front of goal with Butcher firing over the top and McCleary coming close at the back post.

Hector Kyprianou headed over after good work from Ephron Mason-Clark before Forino headed over at the other end after good work from Sadlier. 

Kwame Poku saw a shot blocked after a good pass from Joel Randall as Posh pushed for the breakthrough before the break. 

Kone sent an ambitious effort over the bar 20 seconds into the second half and Sadlier fired over after a poor defensive pass.

Ricky-Jade Jones couldn't force home a shot from close-range after good work from Mason-Clark on 71 minutes before Archie Collins went into the book for a foul.

Five minutes from time, Posh found the breakthrough as the skipper Harrison BURROWS fired home into the back of the net after good work from Mason-Clark. 

On 88 minutes, the Chairboys levelled the scores as substitute TAYLOR fired home with his first touch of the football. 

Five minutes of added time was indicated and Posh nudged back in front as BURROWS swung over a ball towards the back post and it kept going and going and nestled in the back of the net. 

After some nervy moments, the final whistle was blown and the celebrations could begin.

Posh: Steer, Katongo, Burrows, Edwards, Knight, Kyprianou, Collins, Randall, Poku (sub Crichlow 90min), Mason-Clark, Jones (sub Mothersille 80min). Unused subs: Bilokapic, Crichlow, Dornelly, De Havilland, Mothersille, Ajiboye, Clarke-Harris. 

Wycombe: Ravizzoli, Sadlier (sub Taylor 86min), Lonwijk, Grimmer, Forino, Leahy, Scowen (sub Vokes 86min), Butcher, Potts, McCleary, Kone (sub Wheeler 74min). Unused subs: Stryjek, Tafazolli, Low, McCarthy. 

Half-time: Peterborough United 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers
Full-time: Peterborough United 2-1  Wycombe Wanderers
Attendance:  42,252
Referee: Scott Oldham