No complaints from Kenny Jackett as Portsmouth are dismissed by Peterborough's attacking might

Kenny Jackett had no complaints after Pompey were put to the sword by Peterborough.

Saturday, 7th March 2020, 5:57 pm
Updated Saturday, 7th March 2020, 5:57 pm

It was as comprehensive as a 2-0 victory could be as the division’s top scorers flexed their attacking muscle at London Road.

Ivan Toney ran amok and was more than ably assisted by the likes of Sammie Szmodics and Siriki Dembele.

Jackett accepted the best team won but was disappointed his side didn't do enough to ask questions of Darren Ferguson's men.

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He said: ‘They worked our keeper more than we worked theirs.

‘They have the top scorer in the league in Toney, who is an oustanding player and gets shots in. He also puts runners in physically and freely.

‘We knew about their attacking threats and we had to work to contain them.

‘The biggest disappointment for me, though, was we didn’t get going going forward.’

Kenny Jackett . Picture: Simon Davies