Roll on the end of the season!
Swansea 4 Ipswich 1
THIS season cannot end quickly enough for sorry Ipswich Town, who crashed to their second successive heavy defeat over the Easter period at the hands of classy Swansea City yesterday afternoon.
Still smarting from a 5-1 hammering by East Anglian rivals Norwich City last Thursday evening, Paul Jewell’s men leaked four more goals in another terribly one-sided affair at the Liberty Stadium.
Promotion-chasing Swansea were far too good for Town, coasting to victory via a brace from Fabio Borini, a long-range shot from Luke Moore and a second-half penalty from Scott Sinclair.
It was all too easy for the Swans, who won at a canter without being seriously tested.
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Town’s solitary reply came through Colin Healy’s well-taken goal on 20 minutes, which had briefly pegged back the score to 2-1.
But without the injured duo of Connor Wickham and Jimmy Bullard, the club’s two big-name players, Town were powerless to prevent Swansea from rattling up their 13th home win of the season.
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