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Ipswich Town 5 v 2 Sunderland
SkyBet Championship
Tuesday, 26th September 2017 Kick-off 19:45

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Wednesday 27th September but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Bartosz Bialkowski8.1
Dominic Iorfa7.1
Jordan Spence8.5
Luke Chambers7.5
Jonas Knudsen8.0
Martyn Waghorn8.9
Tom Adeyemi7.9
Cole Skuse8.1
Bersant Celina8.1
Joe Garner8.4
David McGoldrick8.4
Grant Ward7.5
Freddie Sears6.0
Tristan Nydam6.7
2.6Jason Steele
7.6Billy Jones
2.4Lamine Kone
2.3Marc Wilson
7.4Adam Matthews
7.0Callum McManaman
6.7Darron Gibson
6.7Lee Cattermole
6.6Bryan Oviedo
8.2Aiden McGeady
7.6James Vaughan
6.7John O'Shea
5.0George Honeyman
5.0Lynden Gooch

Referee7.0 
Match Rating8.8 


Your Ipswich Town v Sunderland Match Reports

Smithy added 22:37 - Sep 26

MAGIC
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Scuzzer added 22:48 - Sep 26

Wow....that is all.
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broseleyblue added 23:34 - Sep 26

Well, I said after the Leeds game my cup was half full; now it's more. Good team selection for this match although I think it'll be tweaked for Bristol City on Saturday. Obviously Waghorn goal and 3 assists make him MOM but several very good performances such as McG as usual this season, Skuse and Knudsen.
Who would have believed fiveandtop scorers in the division?
Well done to all including MM.
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Freddies_Ears added 23:40 - Sep 26

Garner is going to be so mad at missing out on the goals. Bad news for Bristol City.
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harlingblue added 00:11 - Sep 27

Very entertaining game, so good to see such an attacking side put out by MM. Some of the interchanging of positions by our attacking players was a delight. A special mention should be made of the tireless work put in by Garner, the wonderful return to the team of Waghorn and the delightful play of McGoldrick.
IMO the best home performance by a Town team for many a year, and that includes last years win against Newcastle.
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guentchev added 00:50 - Sep 27

For me Waghorn MOTM...but McGoldrick, Garner or Spence could easily have won it. One of the best performances in a long time...and the great think was Sunderland weren't that bad. McGeady is a player and a half...Spence and Knudsen had a difficult time containing him.

Only stat I disagree with here is Billy Jones...I assume the high rating is because he played so badly? He seemed lost out there and genuinely afraid of all our players. Skimmed more often than freshly skimmed milk....one not to keep an eye on as a future signing lol.
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TonyHumesIpswich added 03:49 - Sep 27

I didn't see the game. Ratings suggest that we slightly dominated midfield and caused them more trouble than they caused us? And when we got the ball into their area it was comical (youtube clip-Sunday League) defending by their two centre-backs? Please correct me if I am wrong.
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guentchev added 04:26 - Sep 27

Defensively they were highly suspect...but that shouldn't take anything away from our excellent attacking play. On another day, Garner could have scored 5. Billy Jones really, really poor. I have never seen him play before but Sunderland need to make some defensive signings in Jan.
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Barty added 09:31 - Sep 27

Brilliant game. well done lads. Keep it up
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rachelsdad added 10:36 - Sep 27

waiting for this performance for a long time, McGoldrick and Waghorn were the pick for me but all played well and we actually played some great football on the deck, passing was much better. Look forward to more of this and Webster and Huws still to return, ITFC leading goalscorers in the league. Well done Mick and the coaching team, bring on Bristol City who also seem to be playing well.
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Furrow added 10:52 - Sep 27

That first half spell of possession play with Cole Skuse as anchor man was electrfying not only to me but to the Sunderland players they looked totally outplayed.
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