Rotherham United boss Leam Richardson said last night's dramatic 4-3 defeat at Ipswich Town was 'heart-wrenching.'

The Millers, who haven't won an away game in more than a year and are destined for relegation, fought back from 3-1 down to level matters at 3-3 in added time.

But Omari Hutchinson, as he did in the draw against West Brom, kept his cool to rifle home a vital late goal and win a wild game for the Blues in the 95th minute.

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"To concede like we did at the end is obviously heart-wrenching for the players," he told BBC Radio Sheffield.

"The players can take a lot of pride from the performance because they've gone toe-to-toe with a very good team.

"I think the last handful of games we've come up on most stats in the game, apart from the most important one."

East Anglian Daily Times: Rotherham boss Leam Richardson at Portman Road last nightRotherham boss Leam Richardson at Portman Road last night (Image: PA Images)
The result leaves the Millers still rooted to the bottom of the Championship, 14 points adrift of safety with just 13 games left to play.

Richardson continued: "You saw the good, the bad and the ugly of what we are and why we are in the position we are in.

“I’m disappointed for the players who worked terrifically hard. We started the game very well, we had a crazy 10 minutes.

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"The first goal hurt us, we never really recovered from it, it was like a dazed boxer but the last hour we probably deserved something from the game.

“I don’t think many teams come here and dominate all the stats and score three goals and not win the game so disappointed for the players.”