Kayden Jackson’s added-time winner sealed all three points for Ipswich in a 2-1 win against AFC Wimbledon at Portman Road.

Nesta Guinness-Walker’s excellent finish gave the Dons the lead in the first-half before Ipswich striker James Norwood headed home at the far post with nine minutes remaining.

Town striker Jackson, a second half substitute, then got clear in the 94th minute and fired past Dons’ goalkeeper Nathan Trott to give the Tractor Boys all three points.

The game started very slowly and it took until the 29th minute until a chance was created, with Norwood scuffing his volley straight at Trott.

Ipswich missed a golden opportunity to open the scoring in the 37th minute when Dozzell found Norwood with a defence-splitting pass but Trott stuck out a hand to deny the Ipswich forward.

The visitors went in front in the 41st minute when good work from Dons’ striker Michael Folivi found Guinness-Walker, who fired expertly past Tomas Holy.

A neat move from The Dons saw Paul Kalambayi head over at the start of the second half as the visitors began to grow in confidence.

The equaliser finally came in the 81st minute when Norwood arrived at the back post to beat Trott from Alan Judge’s corner.

Ipswich piled forward in the closing stages and Jackson sent the home fans into raptures with his late winner.

Match report supplied by PA Media.



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