Hard to criticise given he only had one save to make – the Wanderers keeper has had plenty busier afternoons this season.
When the ball actually reached him, the Polish full-back did look to push forward and create, putting a couple of decent crosses in.
Didn’t look up to speed against Ipswich striker Colin Quaner – one of the players who seemed weighed down by events.
Caught on a couple of occasions in defence – but proved an effective attacking weapon all day, winning numerous back post headers.
Made some timely challenges but seemed to really struggle to use the ball effectively, prompting a few moans and groans from the crowd.
Failed to put any real stamp on the game or get the team moving forward when he got the ball. Looked frustrated.
Lost possession far too much in the first half before being moved back into defence in a second-half tactical change.
Drifted through the game without making any real impression. One shanked volley from Olkowski’s cross summed up his afternoon.
Only played for 40 minutes and did so despite being ill prior to kick-off. Arguably showed more energy than anyone else in that period.
Only really sparked into life once Oztumer got on to the pitch but dropped off completely in the build up to Ipswich’s second goal.
Put himself about from time to time – but made little impact against the impressive Collins and Chambers.
Subs: Connell 6.5, 41 (for Noone), Oztumer 6, 65 (for Taylor), Noone 77 (for Buckley)
Not used: Alnwick, Little, Donaldson, Wilson.
Ipswich (4-3-3): Bialkowski; Emmanuel, Chambers, Collins, Kenlock; Bishop, Skuse, Dozzell; Edwards, Quaner, Judge.
Subs: Downes 62 (for Bishop), Chalobah 75 (for Dozzell), Jackson 82 (for Edwards)
Not used: Gerken, Nsiala, Bree, El Mizouni.
Referee: Peter Bankes 6/10 – The Merseyside ref proved a bit of a stickler at times, interrupting the flow of the game. No major errors, though.
Attendance: 17,811 (1,452)
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