Johnson Hails Turnaround
Gary Johnson has praised the turnaround in fortunes that Bristol City enjoyed on Tuesday night when they beat Ipswich 2-0, having lost 6-0 to them only a few weeks earlier. He was particularly impressed with the first half showing, although he admits his side tired in the second half: "It's quite a turnaround in a few weeks and I'm proud of the lads for their first-half performance.
"They didn't need any incentive after being beaten so heavily.
"Unfortunately, it was so intense that some legs went in the second half, but then we defended bravely and our goalkeeper did a great job."
First half goals from Marvin Elliott, from 30-yards and a penalty from Bradley Orr secured a win, but again highly praised and rated goalkeeper Adriano Basso produced some brilliant saves as Bristol City moved up to fourth in the table, one point behind second places West Brom.
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