The Polish goalkeeper admits disappointment at loss, but remains confident going forward
Bartosz Bialkowski is confident that Town do still have the quality required to finish in the Play-Offs, despite slipping to seventh.
The Pole made a string of impressive saves but couldn’t prevent the Blues falling to defeat at the hands of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s QPR, thanks to Matt Phillips late strike.
“We’ve still got a decent team and we still believe we can make the Play-Offs,” he told Ipswich Player HD.
“Losing the game right at the end is really painful. It’s a hard one to take but that’s football. The next game comes around really quickly so we just need to learn our lessons and defend better, especially in the final stages of the game.
“In the first-half they had a few chances, but in the second-half we had a few chances so we’re really disappointing and it’s frustrating to lose the game in that way.
“Our away support was absolutely amazing today and I think there was around 3,000 fans so fair play to them.”
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