Watch Spence’s late leveller, McGoldrick’s miss and decide whether Town deserved their penalty

Joe Garner misses his header after being nudged in the back at Hull: Picture Pagepix

Joe Garner misses his header after being nudged in the back at Hull: Picture Pagepix - Credit: Pagepix Ltd

Watch match highlights of Ipswich Town’s 2-2 draw at Hull City on Saturday.

Things started so well for the Blues when David McGoldrick slid the ball home to give his side the lead after only six minutes, as the ball fell nicely for him following good work from Cole Skuse and a miss-kick from Jonas Knudsen.

Bartosz Bialkowski then did well to hold Jarrod Bowen’s driven effort (0.19) before the Hull youngster fired home the equalising goal after good work down the right flank for the hosts (0.49).

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Into the second half and Hull took the lead after a long ball forward from goalkeeper Allan McGregor caught Town captain Luke Chambers out, with the skipper punished for his error as Nouha Dicko was on hand to tuck the ball home (1.00) But the Blues kept battling and had a chance to level from the spot after Martyn Waghorn was clipped by Hull Kevin Stewart on the edge of the penalty area (1.17). McGoldrick stepped up, but saw his effort saved by McGregor.

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Just as it looked all was lost, Jordan Spence connected with Adam Webster’s downward header with just two minutes left, sending the ball into the back of the net off the post (1.36).

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There was still time for Hull to try and win it, though, with Adama Diomande having a glorious headed chance at the back post but failing to hit the target with the goal at his mercy (1.49).

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