Republic of Ireland striker Daryl Murphy sunk Wolverhampton Wanderers at Ipswich Town last night.
Two goals either side of James Henry’s goal for Wolves secured the points for Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich Town.
Wolves Head Coach Kenny Jackett had no complaints following the final whistle and how could he? Ipswich had 20 attempts on goal during the game in comparison to our 13.
But it was the on target count that really showed the difference between the two sides with Ipswich hitting the target 8 times, whilst Wolves got an effort on target just once all night.
‘I have no complaints, Ipswich worked our goalkeeper more than we worked their goalkeeper.’ Jackett told the BBC.He continued: ‘You look at the nature of their goals, they were two quite glaring individual mistakes from Kevin McDonald and Lee Evans.
‘But both have been good players for us.
‘You can look at other incidents – we might have had a penalty in the first half on Michael Jacobs and sometimes they are given.
‘But Ipswich put pressure on us physically and we never exploited the spaces that were out there.’
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