UK Cypriot international Hector Kyprianou helped his Peterborough team mates joyously beat Wycombe Wanderers 2-1 the EFL Trophy final at Wemley
Harrison Burrows hit a fairytale winner as Peterborough beat Wycombe at Wembley to lift the Bristol Street Motors Trophy.
The boyhood Posh fan fired his side ahead with five minutes left with a powerful low shot which Wycombe goalkeeper Franco Ravizzoli could only parry into his own net.
Substitute Dale Taylor thought he had earned extra time just moments later when his 20-yard volley found the far bottom corner.
But Burrows produced a dream finale in stoppage time when his deep cross from near the right touchline curled over Ravizzoli and into the net as Posh won the EFL Trophy for the second time.
The Posh skipper had cheered on from the stands as a 12-year-old spectator when Peterborough won the competition for the first time in 2014, and just 10 years later the academy graduate led his side to a second trophy triumph under manager Darren Ferguson.
The game looked destined for extra time, with both sides growing fearful of making a mistake.
But Burrows, who had driven his team throughout a largely cagey final, refused to be denied his dream ending, as the last of a string of dangerous crosses from the skipper somehow found the net.
The victory maintained Peterborough’s 100% record at Wembley on their fourth trip to the national stadium, and they could yet add promotion to the Championship to a memorable season.
Posh sit handily placed in fourth place, eight points outside the two automatic promotion spots, but with two games in hand on all of the teams above them.

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