Posh win nine-goal thriller

Kevin Amankwaah's injury-time own goal settled a 5-4 result in Peterborough's favour against Swindon at London Road.

Last Updated: 16/10/10 at 19:31

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Craig Mackail-Smith's double and a Lee Frecklington strike saw Posh race into a 3-0 lead.

But David Ball's brace either side of a Matt Ritchie goal meant the teams went into half-time level.

George Boyd restored Peterborough's lead but Swindon hit back again through Charlie Austin's penalty, before the unfortunate Amankwaah presented Posh with the points.

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