Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has reflected on his side’s EFL Trophy final defeat against Peterborough United.

The Chairboys lost to the Posh 2-1 at Wembley Stadium with the three goals all coming in the last five minutes of the contest.

After a brilliant end-to-end encounter, Harrison Burrows fired Peterborough ahead on 85 minutes after his rasping left-foot attempt beat Franco Ravizzoli who managed to get a touch of the ball.

However, four minutes later, Dale Taylor, who had only been on the pitch for a matter of moments, scored a fantastic volley from range to send the Wanderers end of Wembley into chaotic joy.

The snapshot took everyone by surprise and it looked like the showpiece was heading to extra time.

But in the first of five additional minutes, Burrows bagged his brace as a 35-yard cross/shot flew over Ravizzoli and into the net.

It was a cruel way to lose a final that Wycombe had played very well in.

Here is what Matt Bloomfield has had to say about the contest “I’m disappointed but proud of how the team played.

“We put on a spectacle against another League One team as we both tried and played our way.

“I’m very disappointed for our players and supporters as I thought we deserved something from the day, but we got nothing.

“First of all, congratulations to Darren and his team.

“They were excellent and they’ve got that will probably get sold for multimillion pounds so congratulations to them.

“When we got it back to 1-1, you think that the day could be yours but it’s cruel to lose the way we did.

“When you concede a goal in that manner, it may be a sign that the day wasn’t meant to be yours.

“I’m proud of our club and we’re trying to create a new Wycombe.

“We had a manager who I think extremely highly of and I want to try and build something new.

“I’m proud of the players in terms of how they’ve taken on the tactical information this week, and my staff have worked tirelessly as we’re creating something new.”