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Peterborough 3 Derby 0: Berahino at the double to lift Posh out of drop zone

Posté par patricksota le 27 novembre 2012

Peterborough 3 Derby 0: Berahino at the double to lift Posh out of drop zone

By Sportsmail Reporter

PUBLISHED: 16:48 GMT, 27 October 2012 | UPDATED: 16:48 GMT, 27 October 2012

Peterborough 3 Derby 0: Berahino at the double to lift Posh out of drop zone autre-berahino


Peterborough recorded successive npower Championship wins at London Road for the first time since March with a comprehensive victory over 10-man Derby.

Michael Bostwick gave Posh the half-time lead before a late double from on-loan striker Saido Berahino moved Darren Ferguson’s side out of the bottom three ahead of the evening kick-off between Bristol City and Hull.

The margin of victory would have been greater for Posh had it not been for Adam Legzdins who made a handful of good saves, including Lee Tomlin’s second-half penalty. However, the Derby goalkeeper was at fault for Berahino’s first goal.

 On the up: Darren Ferguson’s side have recovered from their poor start to the season

Match facts

Peterborough: Olejnik, Little, Alcock, Brisley, Knight-Percival, Ntlhe, Bostwick, McCann, Tomlin (Sinclair 80), Berahino, Boyd (Swanson 75).

Subs Not Used: Richardson, Zakuani, Barnett, Newell, Ferdinand.

Booked: Boyd, Bostwick.

Goals: Bostwick 30, Berahino 86, 90.

Derby: Legzdins, Brayford, Keogh, Buxton, Roberts (Tyson 80), Coutts, Hendrick (O’Connor 84), Hughes, Jacobs (O’Brien 72), Robinson, Sammon.

Subs Not Used: Deeney, Davies, Bennett, Freeman.

Sent Off: Buxton (70).

Booked: Keogh, Buxton.

Attendance: 8,427

Referee: Simon Hooper (Wiltshire).


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The Rams struggled to create chances and their task was made more difficult at 1-0 down when they had Jake Buxton sent off.

After seeing his side record a first home league win of the season in midweek, Ferguson named an unchanged starting line-up. In fact, it was the same matchday squad that was on duty against Huddersfield on Tuesday night.

Gareth Roberts and Jeff Hendrick were restored to the Derby team after recovering from injury as Rams boss Nigel Clough made two changes.

Left-back Roberts, absent for the last three matches with a hamstring problem, replaced James O’Connor who dropped to the substitutes’ bench.

Hendrick returned to central midfield after an ankle injury kept him out of the midweek win over Ipswich. The academy product came in for Craig Bryson, who missed out completely after picking up a knock at Portman Road.

Derby defender Richard Keogh headed wide from Paul Coutts’ corner early on and Berahino went close for Peterborough with a right-foot shot midway through the first half after cutting in from the right flank.

Posh went ahead after half an hour when Bostwick fired into the top right-hand corner of the goal and had a couple of chances to immediately double their lead.

George Boyd, brilliant against Huddersfield, forced a good save from Legzdins with a 20-yard effort.

Legzdins then tipped over a shot from Berahino when the West Brom teenager threatened from the left side this time.

Conor Sammon failed to get Derby back on level terms after 40 minutes, firing wide from just six yards out.

Robinson came even closer to an equaliser five minutes after half-time when his shot from 12 yards out struck a post.

Tomlin should have put Peterborough 2-0 in front in the 57th minute after Keogh brought down Boyd inside the area but Legzdins saved the resulting penalty.

Derby’s task got more difficult when Buxton was booked for the second time in just four minutes. The centre-half’s fouls on Berahino and then Boyd resulted in him being sent off after 70 minutes.

And from the following free-kick, Legzdins produced more heroics to keep out Bostwick’s shot.

Legzdins then thwarted substitute Danny Swanson with another parrying save but he undid some of his good work with four minutes remaining when he dropped Berahino’s shot from the edge of the area over his own goalline.

Berahino added some gloss to the scoreline deep into injury time when he breached the Derby defence and raced clear to beat Legzdins once more.



Saido Berahino

Saido Berahino

Prénom : Saido
Nom : Berahino
Nationalité : Angleterre
Date de naissance : 4 août 1993
Âge : 19 ans
Position : Attaquant
Taille : 178 cm

Statistiques Saido Berahino (Source : www.footmercato.net)

Équipe Saison Matches joués Titularisations Buts Cartons jaunes Cartons rouges
PeterboroughPeterborough 2012/2013 10 7 2 0 0
West BromwichWest Bromwich 2012/2013 1 0 0 0 0
West BromwichWest Bromwich 2011/2012 0 0 0 0 0
BrentfordBrentford 2011/2012 8 5 4 0 0
NorthamptonNorthampton 2011/2012 15 15 6 1 0
West BromwichWest Bromwich 2011/2012 0 0 0 0 0
West BromwichWest Bromwich 2010/2011 0 0 0 0 0
Total : 34 27 12 1 0

Transferts Saido Berahino

Date De À Transfert
02/10/2012 West BromwichWest Bromwich PeterboroughPeterborough Prêt
10/02/2012 West BromwichWest Bromwich BrentfordBrentford Prêt
21/10/2011 West BromwichWest Bromwich NorthamptonNorthampton Prêt



Renseignements sur le club de Peterborough


Nom complet

Peterborough United Football Club


The Posh


17 mai 1934

Statut professionnel



Bleu et blanc


London Road Stadium
(15 460 places)


London Road, Peterborough,
Cambridgeshire, PE2 8AL

Championnat actuel

Championship (D2)


Darragh MacAnthony


Darren Ferguson

Site web



Saido Berahino prêté au club de Peterborough pour la saison 2012-2013


Le Peterborough United Football Club est une formation anglaise de football basée à Peterborough. Ce club évolue depuis la saison 2011-2012 en Championship (deuxième division anglaise) grâce à sa  victoire historique contre Huddersfield Town en Mai 2011 à Old Trafford.

Peterborough United est entraîné par Darren Ferguson, fils de Sir Alex Ferguson, entraîneur chevronné de Manchester United. Peterborough United joue au stade de London Road dans le centre ville de Peterborough. Construit en 1913, London Road peut accueillir 15,314 spectateurs. Vous noterez que London Road est le seul stade dans la deuxième division anglaise ayant des tribunes avec des places non assises. Des travaux sont prévus pour changer cette infrastructure. Afin de se conformer aux normes des autres stades anglais.

On espère que Berahino retrouvera West Bromwich Albion en étant capable de figurer sur terrain. Son jeune âge entrevoit des lendemains qui chantent. Dans sa nouvelle équipe de Peterborough (D2 anglaise), les débuts sont positifs et prometteurs à la satisfaction du coach Darren Ferguson.

Une question tient à la gorge : le Burundi a-t-il des chances de l’aligner un jour dans son onze national ? Portera-t-il les couleurs des Hirondelles pour les échéances futures ? Entendez par là les éliminatoires de la CAN 2015 et celles du mondial 2018 ? Bien malin qui peut le dire.

Jusqu’ici, on n’a pas encore vu une volonté réelle et affichée par nos dirigeants sportifs visant à approcher les footballeurs burundais prestant en Europe et ailleurs. C’est triste d’avoir des responsables qui se fichent comme d’une guigne des intérêts majeurs de leur propre pays. Patriotisme au rancart disons-nous souvent dans nos articles !

Ne pas porter un regard attentionné sur ces dignes fils du Burundi constitue une haute trahison. Un crime qu’il faudrait réprimer quand sonnera l’heure de la vérité. Change we need pour reprendre l’expression de Barack Obama.


Patrick Sota



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