Doncaster 3-3 Ipswich

19 September 2009 06:20
Ipswich are still without a win after substitute Quinton Fortune earned Doncaster a point in a pulsating game.Waide Fairhurst prodded Doncaster ahead before substitute Jack Colback fired the visitors level in the 66th minute. Martin Woods put Rovers ahead with a long-range strike but a header from another Ipswich substitute Tamas Priskin brought them level again. Lee Martin put the visitors ahead from close range before Fortune's late strike levelled matters. Ipswich Town manager Roy Keane told BBC Suffolk: "I'm disappointed with the goals we have conceded. You come away from home and score three goals and expect to win the game. "I think that it is just the way it is at the moment for us, we are making progress but there is a long way to go yet." Doncaster Rovers manager Sean O'Driscoll: "I thought it was a poor performance. "We didn't get out of first gear and we haven't played like that for a long time. "You can talk about the goals we scored, but they hide a multitude of sins. We pride ourselves on our level of performance and I didn't think it was anywhere near what we are capable of."

Source: BBC_Sport