Date: 15th September 2013 at 11:46am
Written by: Dan The Town Man

For the first time this season Ipswich looked aside capable of actually challenging for the play offs.

Although Town’s defending from a Grant Leadbitter corner, which was played back into the box and finished spectacularly by Albert Adomah, was pretty shoddy, at least they showed character, and good tactics, to level then go on and win.

David McGoldrick hit the equaliser from 25-yards after showing good skill to ghost past Dean Whitehead and power in, with his dipping swerving shot, baffling Luke Steele.

The Boro keeper had already made a stunning one handed save to deny Paul Anderson, who impressed before limping off on the hour.

Luke Chambers put Town ahead with a thumping header after good work down the left from Ryan Tunnicliffe and Aaron Cresswell.

Town’s high line and pressing style stymied Boro who never really worked Dean Gerken and Ipswich got a third in time added on.

Jonathan Woodgate messed up with a header, which fell kindly to McGoldrick and the Blues’ top scorer showed good composure and skill to finish.

All in all plenty to be positive about and with Yeovil to come on Tuesday, which should yield another three points, Blues look to be on the up.


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