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Birmingham City 1 - Ipswich Town 1

St Andrews

August 31

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All Square For Blues

Christphe Berra banged in his first goal in English football as The SuperBlues battled for a point at Birmingham.

Town deserved more but City keeper Darren Randolph was in outstanding form and denied Ipswich time and time again.

The hosts were able to use that as a springboard and Chris Burke levelled to nick a draw.

Aaron Cresswell delivered a cracking cross for Berra to meet with a stooping header to put Ipswich in front.

Burke jinked his way around the edge of the Ipswich area and his shot was deflected in off Ryan Tunnicliffe`s boot.

Ipswich might still have snatched it after a 90th-minute penalty appeal when Bartley brought down McGoldrick but referee Darren Drysdale gave a free-kick instead.




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Date:Sunday September 1 2013

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