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Ipswich Town (0) 0 - 1 (0) Crystal Palace

NPower Championship 2011-12

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Referee: David Phillips

Manager: Paul Jewell

Portman Road 15:00

Attendance: 24,763

Manager: Dougie Freedman

Match Number: 3426

Goals

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Away
 Patrick McCarthy (55)

Substitutions

Away
Kagisho DikgacoiJonathan Williams (74)
Sean ScannellJermaine Easter (88)

Cards

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 Aaron Cresswell (29)
 Aaron Cresswell (90) 
 Lee Bowyer (90)
Away
 Kagisho Dikgacoi (31)

Teams

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Julian Speroni

Nathaniel Clyne

David Wright

Patrick McCarthy

Anothony Gardner

Kagisho Dikgacoi

Mile Jedinak

Jonathan Parr

Sean Scannell

Wilfried Zaha

Glenn Murray

Substitutes

Away

Lewis Price

Peter Ramage

Jonathan Williams

Stuart OKeefe

Jermaine Easter

Match Report

Ipswich 0-1 Crystal Palace

David Wright admits he is getting “carried away” by the brilliance of the young Palace princes.

Veteran Wright, 31, went back to his old club Ipswich as a midfield anchorman and was in raptures about the likes of Wilfried Zaha, Sean Scannell and Nathaniel Clyne.

“I get so carried away watching the skills of these youngsters, that I lose a bit of concentration on my own game sometimes,” he revealed. “It’s quite an experience to be operating alongside these lads.

“I’m out there to help give a solid base, and it is a great privilege to be playing at the heart of a team with so much pace and genuine quality.”

Central defender and skipper Paddy McCarthy was the 54th- minute match-winner as the south Londoners made it three away wins on the trot.

Pacey Palace were the better team from start to finish as they ended Ipswich’s six-game unbeaten run in front of their biggest home crowd of the season, 24,763. The goal came as Scannell crossed for McCarthy to fire home from close range.

Danny Collins, the Ipswich centre-half on loan from Stoke, felt that his team were: “Scruffy and sloppy on the ball. Palace played really well and we weren’t quite at it.”

Town also had full-back Aaron Cresswell sent off right at the end for two yellow cards, one for a first- half foul, and the other for dissent.

Palace chief Dougie Freedman declared: “I was confident a goal would come, but it was from an unlikely source in Paddy.”

Dave Allard (Daily Mirror)

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