Ipswich Vs Leeds – Ipswich Town: Bielkowski, Chambers, Chaloba, Skuse, Downes (Jackson 62), Nasila, Dozell (Elder 74), Kenlock, Judge, Bree, Kwaner. Subs: Gerken, Harrison, Emmanuel, El Mizuni, Brown.
Ipswich Vs Leeds
Leeds United lost 3-2 at Portman Road against already relegated Ipswich Town in the final game of the Sky Bet Championship regular season.
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Marcelo Bielsa welcomed Kemar Roofe back into the starting line-up after injury and replaced suspended striker Patrick Bamford.
Mateusz Klich had Leeds’ first chance on eight minutes, following a corner, the ball falling to the Poland international to strike from just over 20 yards, but his excellent shot was off target.
Top scorer Roofe came close to adding to his tally three minutes later, Stuart Dallas headed a neat through ball to the striker to score, but he dragged the shot wide.
Dallas hit wide from 20 yards before Ipswich almost took the lead after a mistake at the back by Leeds. Alan Judge found Flynn Downes in the box but his shot was well blocked by Pontus Jansen.
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Some great performances from Leeds saw the cliché pass home to Calvin Phillips’ Pablo Hernandez. He then played Adam Forshaw into the Ipswich box and his shot was well saved by Bartosz Bjalkowski, with Hernandez unable to find the target with the rebound.
Minuten Colin Kvenner passed on goal and Kiko Casilla was wide of his net, Kvenner going under the Leeds keeper’s sliding challenge. Casilla was shown a yellow card and from the free-kick, Flynn Downes headed home from close range after being brought down by Judge in the Leeds box.
Leeds looked to bounce back and Dallas did well to get to the finish line.
Liam Cooper’s effort was blocked following a Leeds corner, before Clichy fired over as the ball fell to the edge of the Tractor Boys box.
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Leeds equalized just before the break. Luke Ayling got to the byline and found Clichy in acres of space in the Ipswich box and he buried the chance with a fine first-time strike.
Ipswich took the lead less than two minutes into the second half, Kvaner played in a neat pass to Andre Dozel in the Leeds box and he did well.
Hernandez had a chance to equalize when he broke into the Ipswich penalty area but was unable to beat Bialkowski.
The Whites then went close with a Calvin Phillips free-kick, Bialkowski clearing the cross but managing to keep out Roff’s strike.
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Leeds should have equalized two minutes later, substitute Jack Clarke slotting home after Bialkowski hesitated. However, he could not beat the Ipswich stopper nor beat Hernandez with the rebound.
Leeds leveled the game once again through Dallas. Hernandez sent Ayling to the byline and his cross was headed over the bar by Roof and the Northern Ireland international bundled home.
Roofe then found Jack Harrison in the Ipswich box but saw his effort deflect wide under pressure.
Leeds were awarded a penalty with 10 minutes remaining as Roof was brought down in the Ipswich box by Luke Chambers. The Tractor Boys captain was shown a straight red card but Leeds were unable to convert the penalty, Roof slipped just before hitting the ball and the shot went over the bar.
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Minutes, Leeds create another good chance as Harrison finds Roofe with a fine cross into the Ipswich box, but he can’t keep his header out.
However, it was the home team that emerged victorious. A combination between Ayling and Casilla left Kwanner with an empty net, which he took full advantage of to earn Ipswich the three points.
Attention now turns to the play-offs for Leeds, where the Whites will face Derby County in a two-legged semi-final.
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Eunan O’Kane saw red as Leeds United lost to Ipswich Town after Bersant Celina’s superb second-half goal put the hosts ahead. Despite having two good chances in the first half before O’Kane was sent off and in the second half when Leeds chased an equaliser, Leeds again finished on the wrong side of the scoreline on their away trip.
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LUTV was once again an experience, with home and away fans treated to multiple screenings on the Portman Road rooftop. It’s not a big deal, of course, but it’s not the first time LUTV’s match coverage has been questionable. Better than nothing in my opinion, but the difference between LUTV matches and Sky matches can be quite jarring.
The first half started well for Leeds. Kemar Roofe had a couple of chances in the Ipswich box with good balls played in by Pablo Hernandez and Calvin Phillips. Pablo Hernandez was sent off in the 14th minute after taking a free in the box with the ball at his feet, and almost a minute later the Ipswich keeper missed a shot but the ball fell awkwardly out of Leeds’s sight and the chance ended. went to do the kick
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CHANCE: Great play by Hernandez to tee up Kenlock on the right, it’s perfectly set up for Sibki who mistimes a 14-yard shot and fires it wide. Big chance, bad finish. 0-0 after 20 minutes. #lufc — Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) January 13, 2018
The best early chance came in the 19th minute when Pavel Sibicki was open in the box, but his shot was poorly taken and he sliced the ball across the Ipswich net. Even a decent shot on net could have resulted in a goal as Sibki was open with the entire Ipswich defense after a great run and cut from Hernandez.
It was the only real moment of impact for Sibki, as he went down and required treatment in the 25th minute and was substituted for Hadi Sakho in the 29th minute.
Chance: Another big chance for Leeds. Roof pounces on the ball from Hernandez, Knudsen tries to cut and shoot, but Chambers is there to block in front of Gerken. 0-0 #lufc in 33 minutes — Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) January 13, 2018
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Kemar Rufus had a good chance to get a good shot on net in the 32nd minute, but failed to beat his defender on the dribble, meaning instead of firing a right-footed shot into the net, he stood in the box. Tried to be To cut back and unleash a left footed shot, but it was easily blocked and gone for now.
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The biggest talking point of the game came in the 37th minute when Eunan O’Kane did something clumsy and was sent straight red. A red card and a 10-man reduction seemed to have taken the wind out of Leeds’ sails.
Conor Shaughnessy came on for Gianni Alioski at half-time as Leeds needed a central midfielder replacement after O’Kane went off in the first half. Leeds were on the back foot for most of the start of the second half as Ipswich headed for an equaliser, while Leeds looked like they wanted the game to end.
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The 66th minute provided a moment of magic from Ipswich as Selina’s shot went into the top right corner of the net and Felix Wiedwald could do nothing to save it. It was well deserved as Leeds looked second best for most of the second half.
Chan: How did you miss it? Hernandez crosses all the way with Ipswich, Cooper a few yards out with no one to beat…and leaves the sky. 1-0 #lufc in 81 minutes — Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) January 13, 2018
Leeds had two chances around the 80th minute as Liam Cooper had a great chance that somehow went into the net from less than two yards out and it looked like it would have been easier to score than to do anything else. Pablo Hernandez followed it up less than two minutes later, sending Ipswich right-back Dominic Ioffra to fire in a superb shot that just flew over the ball.
A game Leeds might have won but for a red card. If he deserves to go then