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McInnes - Best Team Won

Bristol City manager Derek McInnes was in no doubt that the better team won the game at Portman Road, but then again, it was plain for all to see.

Anytime soon City will be finding themselves in the bottom three and by the looks of things, it would not be a wise bet to say they will come back out of it.

City have a lot to be thankful for, the main thing being that Coventry are so crap at the moment, but even they will win one, one day..

Michael Chopra fired the Tractor Boys into a first-half lead by heading in Lee Martin's cross.

Tommy Smith headed their second midway through the second half and Andy Drury lashed in the third from 25 yards.

McInnes said: 'Clearly the best team won. Ipswich were the better team in the first half and we were fortunate to only be 1-0 down.

'But we kept their better players quiet in the second half, got the ball forward quicker and the game was more evenly poised.

'It was a case of whoever scored the second goal. When Ipswich got it, it was always going to be difficult for us. One point from six games is poor form from our point of view and we need to generate confidence and belief.'


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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday March 4 2012

Time: 3:59PM

 

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