Chris Brammer’s ratings from Ipswich Town’s 4-3 win at Millwall
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Chri Brammer shares his player ratings from Ipswich Town’s dramatic, late victory at Millwall on Tuesday night.
33. BARTOSZ BIALKOWSKI 6
Pulled off good second-half save from Steve Morison, from range, but wasn’t his usual commanding self in the first period
2. DOMINIC IORFA 6
Had a good battle with Aiden O’Brien, which just about ended honours even
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12. JORDAN SPENCE 6
Got better as game wore on, scored winner.
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4. LUKE CHAMBERS 6
Given tough time by Morison in first half, but possessed heart of a lion, even when times were tough
3. JONAS KNUDSEN 6
Given tough time in first half by Jed Wallace.
9. MARTYN WAGHORN 8
Two excellent finishes, playing out of poition on the right of midfield. Proving to be a bargain already
8. COLE SKUSE 8
Excellent midfield performance, Assured with and without the ball and gave Ward the license to get forward
18. GRANT WARD 8
Excellent all-action display from the centre and came up with two assists
20. FREDDIE SEARS 6
Hard-working as ever but chances didn’t fall to him
14. JOE GARNER 7
Great goal from distance. Aggressive performance. Led line well.
10. DAVID McGOLDRICK 6
Quiet in first half until he set up Waghorn’s second goal. Similar story in second half.
17. DANNY ROWE 6
Replaced Waghorn on right. Was defending for most part.