An Ipswich Town fan experienced an abnormally high heart rate after Leif Davis scored his dramatic winner against Bristol City.

A huge crowd turned up to watch the Blues defeat the Robins 3-2 in a frenetic game on Tuesday night.

The action led to one fan, who gave his name as Jamie, reach a heartrate of 188 beats per minute (bpm) – causing his Apple Watch to warn him.

With the Championship promotion race hotting up, Town found themselves behind twice against Bristol City at Portman Road.

Ipswich Star: Leif Davis celebrates his winnerLeif Davis celebrates his winner (Image: PA)

They equalised in the 80th minute through Conor Chaplin before Ali Al-Hamadi missed a penalty that would have put Town ahead.

But left-back Davis popped up in the 89th minute to score what proved to be the winner and keep Ipswich in second spot in the table.

Jamie sat right behind where the goal was scored and tweeted how after the goal his smartwatch recorded his heart rate rising to 188bpm, compared to being 58bpm just a few minutes prior.

Ipswich Star:

A heartbeat rate that high would indicate some doing strenuous exercise.

Jamie said: "I was ecstatic. We’ve been treated with so many late goals at Portman Road recently but that one last night felt very special.

"This team never knows when it’s beaten, the character we show week in week out is nothing short of phenomenal."

Jamie posted a picture of his watch on X, reaching 16,000 people.

The winning goal was vital to Town's promotion hopes as fellow contenders Leeds United and Leicester City both won on Tuesday night.

Earlier in the season, a late winning goal from Massimo Luongo at Portman Road caused a fan's phone to prompt a warning due to noise levels being dangerously high.

The message said the noise levels reached 115 decibels when midfielder Luongo bagged his goal against Blackburn Rovers in a 4-3 victory in September.