'More positives for us than them' - Moore says Town 'fortunate' to get draw
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Sheffield Wednesday boss Darren Moore insisted that Ipswich Town were 'fortunate' to get a point in their 1-1 draw at Portman Road yesterday.
The Owls were denied all three points by late drama, Macauley Bonne sneaking up behind keeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell to steal the ball, with Conor Chaplin then scoring the equaliser.
But Moore said: "It is just one of them things. It happens in football.
"We are 100 per cent behind him (Peacock-Farrell). He's a top, top goalkeeper.
"I firmly believe he will play regularly in the Premier League."
Of the game, he added: "There is a real genuine care and honesty about the group and that's what we want there as a football club.
"We stood resolute and we didn't lose the game. Ipswich knew they had been in the game and they will know they were fortunate to get a point today.
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"There were more positives for us today than them.
"Overall it was another positive performance in the right direction. We could have made better decisions and kept the ball better.
"It is a good, solid away day. It is a committed performance.
"I thought we dominated for the away team."