Ipswich Town fans angered by disallowed derby goal

Ipswich's Christophe Berra in action with Norwich's Cameron Jerome

Ipswich drew 1-1 with rivals Norwich City at Portman Road on Sunday.

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	Norwich City’s Cameron Jerome scores their first goalNorwich 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 TownMick 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. 

QPR's Matt Phillips in action with Ipswich Town's Jonas Knudsen (L)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:

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