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GALLERY: Relive Ipswich Town’s dramatic win at Bolton Wanderers

PUBLISHED: 11:13 03 December 2012

Michael Chopra is mobbed celebrating his late winning goal at Bolton

Michael Chopra is mobbed celebrating his late winning goal at Bolton

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Bolton v Ipswich: Michael Chopra’s 90th minute winner at Bolton Wanderers stretched Town’s unbeaten run to three matches and lifted them further away from the relegation zone.

Chopra pounced to score his second last-gasp goal of the season to give Ipswich all three points, after DJ Campbell’s penalty had equalised Mark Davies’ wonderful first-half strike.

Town are now fifth-bottom in the Championship, five points clear of the drop-zone after McCarthy made it an excellent 13 points from a possible 21.

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