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Bersant Celina was your Ipswich Town Man-of-the-Match in the 2-1 defeat at QPR

PUBLISHED: 17:54 09 September 2017 | UPDATED: 12:47 10 September 2017

Bersant Celina rifles home a late goal for Ipswich at QPR Picture Pagepix

Bersant Celina rifles home a late goal for Ipswich at QPR Picture Pagepix

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Bersant Celina made a big impact as a substitute in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at QPR was named your Man-of-the-Match

The Kosovo-born winger scored Town’s consolation with a superb long-range strike, in the 88th minute, then teed up Callum Connolly who almost scored a late leveller.

Celina played for just 14 minutes but took 30 per cent of the vote. Bartosz Bialkowski earned 21 per cent of the vote and Flynn Downes, 13.

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