Aaron Cresswell delighted to see Town record first home win on Sir Bobby Robson day
Aaron Cresswell felt it was a fitting way to mark Sir Bobby Robson day, with three points and a clean sheet this afternoon.
The left-back returned to the side as Town beat Millwall 3-0 at Portman Road to record a first win of the season, with Tommy Smith scoring either side of a Shane Lowry and Mark Beevers own goal.
“It was a great way to mark Sir Bobby Robson day but you don’t need me to stand here and say how good he was for this Club and football in general,” the 23-year old told Ipswich Player.
“The man was an absolute legend of the game so it’s really nice that we’ve won convincingly on this day.
“There was a real buzz around the place leading up to kick-off and once we got that first goal, it really settled us down and I thought we put in a strong team performance.
“I can’t claim that first goal, even though I would like to, it was definitely an own goal!
“But we performed really well as a side, kept a clean sheet and deserved the win. It was the perfect way to put right the defeats against Reading and Stevenage.”