Norwich City’s Cameron Jerome scores their first goal
Sunday saw the return of the East Anglian derby and it wasn't without controversy as Ipswich Town had a goal disallowed during the 1-1 draw with Norwich City.
Two minutes into the game and Town had the ball in the net as Jonathan Douglas the ball in following a free-kick only to see his effort ruled out for offside.
Mick McCarthy manager of Ipswich Town
It was a tight call but replays showed that the 33-year-old midfielder was actually onside - much to the frustration of the home fans.
And just over 20-minutes later, Norwich capitalised on their good fortune as Cameron Jerome gave them the lead with a well taken finish against the run of play.
Ipswich couldn't afford to feel sorry for themselves and they soon drew level on the stroke of half-time as Jonas Knudsen fired the ball in to make it 1-1.
Ipswich Town's Jonas Knudsen
A flat second half display followed for both sides as chances were few and far between as the East Anglian derby ended in a draw.
While Norwich fans may be relatively happy with the point, Ipswich fans certainly weren't - here's their reaction:
can't help but feel a little disappointed that we didn't win today.. #ITFC— Amy (@tractorgirlamy_) August 21, 2016
Would have taken a draw before the match, now feel robbed. All Over the 6 fingered numptys #ITFC— Itfc Australia (@Itfc_australia) August 21, 2016
Dozzell would of ran that defence ragged #itfc gutted should've won that— Jeremy (@JEZ180ITFC) August 21, 2016
Coming away from the game disappointed not to have won, many positives to take from the game though #itfc— Rob (@RobertDennant) August 21, 2016
Norwich were there for taking, shudda won but take the point and stick it in pocket #itfc onto next one— ㅤhaz (@HarryGE98) August 21, 2016
Decent game , #itfc should have won ,goal wrongly given offside ,stonewall penalty against Murphy , G Ward best player on the pitch by miles— Dan (@danmizen) August 21, 2016