Ipswich Town beat Swansea City 3-2 at Portman Road yesterday to move level on points with Leicester City at the top of the Championship table.

Jay Fulton headed the visitors into an early lead, but Jack Taylor's stunning strike levelled things up and, after a flurry of golden chances went begging, Conor Chaplin's smart finish put the Blues in front.

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George Hirst's converted penalty deservedly extended Town's lead after the break after Harry Clarke had seen a headed finish inexplicably chalked off for a foul moments earlier.

Liam Cullen's dismissal for a second yellow card saw Swansea reduced to 10 men in the 69th minute, but it was the visitors who finished stronger. Vaclav Hladky's late save from Jamal Lowe ended up proving crucial, with Lowe's subsequent stoppage-time goal setting up a nervy finish. 

You can watch the extended highlights of another Portman Road thriller below.