Skipper praises the patience of the Blue Army and expresses his delight at Town's performance following win over Owls
- Skipper on the scoresheet
- Praises the backing of the fans
- Chambo fist pump is back!
Luke Chambers was delighted to see Town ease the fears, as the Blues came from behind to beat Sheffield Wednesday at Portman Road.
Kieran Lee fired the Owls in front in the first-half but a goal apiece after the break from leading scorer Daryl Murphy and skipper Chambers ensured the points stayed in Suffolk, in what Luke described as a ‘great win’.
“Sheffield Wednesday are no mugs by any stretch of the imagination, so it’s a great win for us tonight,” Chambo told the official Club website.
“We showed a lot of character to come from behind and get back into the game and our second-half performance was very pleasing.
“On a personal note it was great to score and I’ve been desperate to get one for a while!
“A lot of our attacks come from down the left so if I can get on the end of them, then brilliant. It’s not about me though, I’m happier seeing us get the three points as a team.
“We could sense a bit of nervousness around the place but the crowd were brilliant and stuck with us and it was great to celebrate with them at the end.
“I haven’t done a fist-pump since I think Charlton at home, so it was good to be back in front of the Blue Army celebrating with them at the end.”
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