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

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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Cole Skuse at Ewood Park on Saturday

Cole Skuse has admitted Ipswich Town aren’t hitting their targets at the moment, following the latest episode in their worrying slide down the Championship table.

Larsen Toure and Luke Chambers conspire to concede a first half penalty at Blackburn bringing down Hope Akpan

Will Ridgard dissects Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Blackburn, where Ipswich Town’s slide continued heading into the international break.

Cole Skuse battles during the second half at Ewood Park

All the goals from Ipswich Town’s 2-0 defeat to Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.

Josh Yorwerth was part of the Crawley side which lost at Plymouth

Josh Yorwerth and Matt Clarke both played 90 minutes as loan clubs Crawley and Portsmouth both failed to earn victories in League Two on Saturday.

Larsen Toure tries to get the ball as Blackburn's Markus Olsson flicks it on

A look at some of the talking points coming out of Ipswich Town’s 2-0 away loss at Blackburn yesterday.

Cole Skuse at Ewood Park on Saturday

Cole Skuse insisted the decision to award Blackburn an early penalty was ‘soft’ but accepted Ipswich Town were the architects of their own downfall at Ewood Park this afternoon.

Christophe Berra vents his frustrations at the referee at Ewood Park on Saturday

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy described the performance of Jordan Rhodes as ‘outstanding’, as the Blues lost 2-0 at Blackburn Rovers this afternoon.

Ainsley Maitland-Niles cannot get the ball away from Blackburn's Adam Henley

Hand out your grades following Ipswich Town’s 2-0 loss to Blackburn at Ewood Park this afternoon.

Jordan Rhodes celebrates scoring from the penalty spot against Ipswich

Former Ipswich Town striker Jordan Rhodes came back to haunt his old club yet again, as he scored both goals in Blackburn Rovers’ 2-0 win this afternoon.

Massimo Luongo

Former Ipswich Town loanees Massimo Luongo and Gio dos Santos have been nominated for the prestigious Ballon d’Or award, which will reward the world’s best player in 2015.

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