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Ipswich Town 1 v 3 Bristol City
SkyBet Championship
Saturday, 30th September 2017 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 1st October but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Bartosz Bialkowski7.1
Dominic Iorfa3.1
Jordan Spence7.3
Luke Chambers5.7
Jonas Knudsen6.2
Tristan Nydam4.9
Cole Skuse5.7
Martyn Waghorn6.2
David McGoldrick6.0
Bersant Celina4.1
Joe Garner5.6
Adam Webster4.9
Grant Ward4.6
Freddie Sears4.2
8.1Frank Fielding
7.9Bailey Wright
8.0Aden Flint
8.1Nathan Baker
7.9Joe Bryan
8.2Callum O'Dowda
8.0Korey Smith
8.0Josh Brownhill
8.3Jamie Paterson
9.1Bobby Reid
9.1Famara Diedhiou
7.4Matt Taylor
7.4Niclas Eliasson
7.3Jonathan Leko

Referee3.3 
Match Rating5.0 


Your Ipswich Town v Bristol City Match Reports

obliquewordsmith added 17:19 - Sep 30

Yet another disgrace of a referee. Fuming.
5


Rammo added 18:52 - Sep 30

A good but not outstanding Bristol City side given far too much time on the ball and allowed to play through us with ease. Along with some help from the referee it was easy for them and we played far too many simple high balls at the two big centre backs which they loved. No one stood out today, however Bart can't really be faulted for any of the goals as two big deflections and a clear header meant he was never getting any of them. Not sure how much losing Adeyemi affected the team but his presence was definitely missed in the centre.
3


guentchev added 00:53 - Oct 1

Nobody stood out. If I was forced to give a MOM award it'd be Bart...as he was never going to get to any of the 3 efforts that got through. Waghorn scored a goal. Spence stopped a certain goal....but all in all a depressing performance.
1


Robert_Garrett added 10:56 - Oct 1

A bit disconcerting about the result but the performance was still top dog despite the two own goals. We have to make our own luck to keep with the pace. A dogged lucky 1-0 result would have been favourable than playing well and losing.
-1


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