Date: 15th November 2010 at 9:11am
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I have to admit that I felt that we had a good chance of beating Peterborough, however going to London Road and winning 5-1 was not something high in my thoughts!

Posh have been up and down all season, they seem to be able to win 5-0 one week and then lose 5-0 the next so this was possible. However going to their ground and hammering them was still very much a surprise but a surprise that was very pleasant and not something I’d turn away.

Phil Parkinson has similar thoughts and felt our first half showing was brilliant, Parkinson told BBC London 94.9: “To win so convincingly away from home is something you don’t usually expect, but we’re pleased.

“In the first half, I thought we put in an outstanding performance and in the second it was all about being professional.”

The Addicks boss was disappointed that Posh got a goal back in the second half and those fears that a Carlisle United style comeback (when they came back from 3-0 down at half time before we finally won 4-3) crossed my mind, and I would’ve thought Parkinson’s too? However the fifth goal killed off the game, he added: “Unfortunately we conceded a goal but then we killed it off with a fifth one.”

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