Highlights: Watch horror tackle on McGoldrick, Waghorn’s stunning header and Sheffield Wednesday’s heartbreaking equaliser

Joe Garner in the thick of the action during the first half of the Ipswich Town v Sheffield Wednesda

Joe Garner in the thick of the action during the first half of the Ipswich Town v Sheffield Wednesday game. Picture: STEVE WALLER - Credit: Picture: Steve Waller

All the goals and incidents from Ipswich Town’s 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday.

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It looked as if the Blues had the game won as goals from Joe Garner and Martyn Waghorn gave them a 2-1 lead heading into added time, but Wednesday striker Atdhe Nuhiu popped up with a late, late equaliser to break Ipswich hearts.

The evening started in a a painful manner for David McGoldrick, who was the victim of a nasty tackle Glenn Loovens which left him needed hospital treatment for a nasty gash to his groin (0.10).

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Jordan Rhodes then had a good chance for the visitors (0.27) but headed wide, before Bersant Celina tested Wednesday keeper Keiren Westwood with a low header.

Town were ahead just three minutes into the second half, as Jordan Spence flicked on Celina’s corner, allowing Garner to volley the ball home (0.45).


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But when Spence handled a ball heading onto the foot of Steven Fletcher (1.04), Gary Hooper was presented with a chance from the spot which he took superbly.

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Substitute Freddie Sears then made an impact as his ball found Emyr Huws (1.34), allowing the returning Welshman to hook the ball back into the box for Waghorn to angle a header home.

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But there was still time for Nuhiu to break Ipswich hearts as he rose above Adam Webster to head home the leveller (1.50).

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