Port Vale manager Michael Brown said the home defeat to Peterborough was “very disappointing” and that Vale failed to create enough threat upfront.
Brown told the media after the 3-0 home defeat that: “It was very disappointing. We didn’t do enough in the first half, we addressed those issues at half time. We had a penalty against us there that wasn’t a penalty, so it starts to set a trend off, then a foul leading up to their first goal.
“But we still didn’t perform as we should do in the first half. I thought second half we came out and did much better. I thought we had a lot of pressure on their goal for maybe 20 or 25 minutes. I thought ‘come on, we night score.’ But I just didn’t think we created; we didn’t have any cutting edge today.
“I didn’t think we tested their goalkeeper anywhere near much as we should have.”