Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has praised goalkeeper Franco Ravizzoli after his unfortunate error in the club’s EFL Trophy final defeat against Peterborough United.

The Argentine conceded two goals from Posh fan-favourite Harrison Burrows, with the shot-stopper getting a huge hand onto his first attempt but failed to get it clear.

This was on 85 minutes to put Boro 1-0 up.

Dale Taylor equalised with a minute to go before Burrows bagged his second in injury time after his cross completely flew over Ravizzoli and into the net.

The defeat means Wycombe have now lost three of their last four cup finals at Wembley.

Bloomfield said: “He’s OK but he’s tough.

“It’s the life of a goalkeeper as it’s tough one [to take].

“Fair play to those guys who put themselves in that position as it’s a tough life to live, and it’s a cruel moment for us.

“But Franco has been excellent for us this season, as well as Max [Stryjek].”

On the remaining games this season, he concluded: “We’re trying to play in a certain way as we want to conduct ourselves in the way that we believe and we know that it’ll take time.

“They’ll be bumps along the way.

“It’s been full one since the start of the year but we’ve been in good form.”