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Sheffield United v Ipswich Town - Nostalgia: Priskin and McAuley strike to blunt Blades at Bramall Lane

PUBLISHED: 11:00 14 October 2017

Gareth McAuley celebrates his first half goal at Bramall Lane

Gareth McAuley celebrates his first half goal at Bramall Lane

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In this week’s nostalgia, we take a look at when Ipswich last played at Bramall Lane, which ended with Town taking all three points after Tamas Priskin and Gareth McAuley scored in a 2-1 win on November 6 2010.

Gareth McAuley cheekily sticks his tongue out at the travelling Town fans after scoring at Bramall LaneGareth McAuley cheekily sticks his tongue out at the travelling Town fans after scoring at Bramall Lane

First-half strikes from Tamas Priskin and Gareth McAuley helped Roy Keane’s Ipswich Town to a 2-1 Championship win over Sheffield United the last time the clubs met at Bramall Lane on Saturday November 6, 2010.

Connor Wickham testing the Sheffield Utd defence during the second halfConnor Wickham testing the Sheffield Utd defence during the second half

Ipswich took a sixth-minute lead when the United defence failed to clear their lines following Carlos Edwards’ long throw and an unmarked JakeLivermore headed the ball into the path of Priskin, who turned and shot past Sheffield United keeper Steve Simonsen from close range.

Tamas Priskin scores for Ipswich at Sheffield UnitedTamas Priskin scores for Ipswich at Sheffield United

Stephen Quinn grabbed United a equaliser midway through the first-half when Mark Yeates’ cross was cleared into his path and he made no mistake in drilling the ball home from 12 yards.

Jack Colback fires the ball across the penalty area at Sheffield during the second halfJack Colback fires the ball across the penalty area at Sheffield during the second half

But Ipswich took the lead for good five minutes before the interval when Grant Leadbitter’s right-wing cross fell to McAuley, who was in acres of space in the area, and the defender made no mistake by blasting past Simonsen.

Roy Keane directing his players at Bramall LaneRoy Keane directing his players at Bramall Lane

Tamas Priskin celebrates his goal at Sheffield United in the 2-1 winTamas Priskin celebrates his goal at Sheffield United in the 2-1 win

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