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‘Dreadful. Got to react at Lincoln. No time to panic’ - Town fans react to thumping at Doncaster

PUBLISHED: 22:09 20 October 2020 | UPDATED: 22:36 20 October 2020

A disappointed Teddy Bishop at Doncaster Rovers after Ipswich Town were beaten 4-1 tonight. Picture Pagepix Ltd

A disappointed Teddy Bishop at Doncaster Rovers after Ipswich Town were beaten 4-1 tonight. Picture Pagepix Ltd

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Ipswich Town fans have been giving their thoughts on tonight’s nightmare 4-1 defeat at Doncaster Rovers - here’s a taste of what they’re saying...

Tomas Holy is beaten from the penalty spot at Doncaster Rovers as the home side made it 3-1. Rovers ultimately beat Ipswich Town 4-1. Picture: PAGEPIX LTDTomas Holy is beaten from the penalty spot at Doncaster Rovers as the home side made it 3-1. Rovers ultimately beat Ipswich Town 4-1. Picture: PAGEPIX LTD

The Blues tumbled off the top of League One and lost their unbeaten record in emphatic style, despite going a goal up after 15 minutes through a Joe Wright OG.

MORE: Doncaster Rovers 4-1 Ipswich Town: Blues’ unbeaten start comes to emphatic end as errors cost Lambert’s men

But Rovers surged back and swamped Town, going in 2-1 up at the break through Cameron John and Ben Whiteman.

MORE: Ratings: How the Ipswich Town players performed in their 4-1 loss at Doncaster Rovers

Two goals inside two minutes killed the game off in the second half, as Whiteman netted from the spot after Toto Nsiala had given away a clumsy penalty, and then Fejiri Okenabirhie swept home the fourth following a Tomas Holy error.

MORE: ‘We never did the basics off the ball... This might be the little knock we needed’ – Lambert on 4-1 loss at Doncaster

Town now face their first big test of character this season - and will have to bounce back quickly for a trip to third-placed Lincoln City on Saturday.


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