Coventry City were disappointed after playing a 2-2 draw with Peterborough United in their League One. The match which was a game of two halves saw Coventry dominate large spells of the game before the Home team snatched a draw in the 95th minute.



Coventry manager Mark Robins revealed after the game that the team was disappointed with the result which saw them drop to sixth on the standings. Coventry came into the match with a gameplan to disrupt the rhythm of the game and make life difficult for Peterborough.

The home side were uncomfortable in the first half and Coventry came out with the lead at halftime. However, in the second half, the lead leaders came out with more fire and began to dominate the game which led to the equalizer.

Coventry took the lead again when Max Biamou scored a nice goal from outside the box, However, at the death Callum O’Hare lost the ball and Dembele took advantage of getting into the area before setting up Mo Eisa for the equalizer.

Robins was also unhappy with match official Alan Young who disallowed a second goal for Amadou Bakayoko in the first half.

Meanwhile, Ipswitch Town has taken the pole position with a game in hand above their rivals and looked poised to return to the Championship based on current form.

Peterborough dropped to third on the table after the draw and are two points off the promotion spots.

 Coventry are six points from the automatic spots and will have to put on a good run of form to have any chance of upstaging the teams above them. Meanwhile troubled club Bolton sits at the foot of the table after having points deducted to due non-payment of salaries.Coventry will be looking to bounce back with a victory as they host 18th placed Stanley this weekend.