OPPOSITION REACTION: ‘It was a fair result,’ says Terriers boss Simon Grayson

Ipswich v Huddersfield: Terriers boss Simon Grayson says he is pleased to have come away from Portman Road with a point, despite the fact his team had a penalty saved at 2-2.

Huddersfield led at half-time via Adam Clayton’s goal but found themselves midway through the second half to goals from Luke Chambers and Michael Chopra.

Then, in a crazy three minute spell, James Vaughan levelled things up, Chopra hit the post for Town before Scott Loach produced a superb penalty save from Vaughan.

“It was an open and entertaining game,” said Grayson. “There were great chances for both teams and it in the end it was probably a fair result.

“We had an opportunity to win it at the end with a penalty, but I’d have probably settled for a draw at the start of the game.


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“Both Paul (Jewell) and I sent our sides out to win it from the very opening minute and in the end, at 2-2, I think both of us will be satisfied because we both could have won it and both could have lost it.

“We both tried to get the ball down and play and, even at 2-2, neither team shut up shop.”

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