Magilton hails goal hero Tommy
By Derek DavisDEFIANT Jim Magilton hailed goal hero Tommy Miller who has kept Ipswich's slim play-off hopes alive.Miller equalised for the Blues in the last minute of the three added on to keep Town in seventh place, and three points behind Crystal Palace, after Sylvan Ebanks-Blake put Wolves ahead.
By Derek Davis
DEFIANT Jim Magilton hailed goal hero Tommy Miller who has kept Ipswich's slim play-off hopes alive.
Miller equalised for the Blues in the last minute of the three added on to keep Town in seventh place, and three points behind Crystal Palace, after Sylvan Ebanks-Blake put Wolves ahead.
Magilton said: “This keeps us going for another week. We now have huge games against Preston and Hull but I have always said it will go to the wire.”
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Miller scored from a superbly struck free-kick over the wall, which left Wayne Hennessey totally beaten.
“It was a great strike by Tommy and he thoroughly deserved it. He was on his game from the off.
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“Not everyone was through. We need more consistency from players and more quality in the box.
“It gave us the point which we thoroughly deserved.”
Miller was signed by McCarthy at Sunderland and praised the quality of the strike, but felt hard done by.
Wolves boss Mick McCarthy said: "It was a bitter pill to swallow and my players didn't deserve that.
"I'm not sure it was a free-kick, but you can't argue with Tommy Miller's goal and I have congratulated him - through gritted teeth."