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Extra-time goals from Martijn Reuser and Jamie Clapham saw Ipswich through to the play-off final just when they thought they were going to be knocked out for the fourth season running.
A Jim Magilton volley in injury time brought Ipswich back from the dead in a rivetting and bad-tempered match that had three penalties for the home side and two Bolton players sent off.
Tension was in the can you wash a canada goose jacket in the washer air last amazon canada goose parka night, but it could not excuse the disgraceful way in which Bolton players harangued the referee Barry Knight after he gave two penalties against them in the first 45 minutes. At one point a steward had to intervene. Players scuffled with each other.
From the football point of view, Bolton’s tactic was clear: close down Ipswich and disrupt their passing game. Although David Johnson, passed fit before the game, forced Jussi Jaaskelainen to make buying a canada goose jacket online a smart save on four minutes, it authentic buy canada goose parka ottawa canada goose outlet online was the visitors who produced the greater early threat.
Michael Johansen nearly caught Richard Wright out with an audacious 35-yard chip and then Bolton took the lead.
England’s young No3 keeper was at fault, flapping at Johansen’s high cross. The ball fell to Dean Holdsworth, Bolton’s lone striker in the absence of canada goose coat $5000 no credit check signature loans the injured Eidur Gudjohnsen, who poked the ball home from close range.
Johnson shot just wide before Ipswich equalised controversially. After a one-two with Johnson, Magilton went down in the area under a challenge by Paul Warhurst and the referee pointed to the spot.
Bolton players accused Magilton of diving. Scuffles broke out and the referee was surrounded by angry white shirts.
Eventually Magilton tucked away the penalty to bring Ipswich level but on 40 minutes Bolton regained the lead. Ipswich conceded a free-kick about 20 best price for canada goose jacket yards out. In a rehearsed canada goose coat 1000 bulbs coupon move two Bolton players ran over the ball before Holdsworth curled in a low shot just inside the far post.
But more controversy was at hand. Ipswich’s £2.5m striker Marcus Stewart went down in the area under a challenge by Paul Ritchie and the referee awarded another penalty.
Again Bolton players were incensed, five of them chasing the referee. One had to be pulled off by a steward. After more scuffles, Magilton hit the spot-kick in the same place as the first. But Jaaskelainen guessed right and pushed the ball round the post.
Three minutes into the second half Ipswich hit home. What a goal it was. The old campaigner Magilton went past three defenders on the right of the area before cracking a shot into the far corner.
Portman Road erupted in delight and relief. The dream was back on. But the home crowd’s cheers were stopped dead in their throats when, just a minute later outlet, Bolton took the lead yet again.
Nothing seemed best mens canada goose jacket on for Allan Johnston as he picked the ball up about 25 yards out on the left. But the winger, who has signed a pre-contract to join Rangers next season, unleashed a corker of a shot which Wright knew little about as it flew into the top corner.
In injury time Magilton hit the all-important equaliser and Mike Whitlow was sent off minutes later. Ipswich could feel glad that the away goals rule had been abandoned this year.
Another penalty in extra-time, this time taken by Clapham, put Ipswich ahead for the first time in the tie and Reuser sealed it after Robbie Elliott was sent off.