Burrows’ late double wins Bristol Street Motors Trophy for Peterborough

Final: Peterborough 2-1 WycombeBurrows 85, 90+1 | Taylor 89

It’s lucky for Peterborough when the year ends in four: formed in 1934, they won the Fourth Division in 1974, this trophy in 2014 and 10 years later – and in the most (eventually) dramatic of circumstances – they returned to Wembley and did it again, Harrison Burrows twice stamping his golden left boot on the Bristol Street Motors Trophy final as it edged towards stalemate and extra time.

That Darren Ferguson – with his father Sir Alex in attendance, as he had been 10 years ago – got to win this trophy with this club for the second time in his fourth spell in the dugout is in large part down to Burrows, who scored two of his side’s three goals against Blackpool in the semi-finals and one of their two against Crawley in the last 16.

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