Town's 'keeper puts in a Man of the Match performance at Carrow Road, but has to settle for a draw
Bartosz Bialkowski admits he’s happy to take a point away from Carrow Road, although was frustrated not to keep out the Canaries’ equaliser.
Jonas Knudsen had the Blues ahead before Jacob Murphy levelled less than ten minutes later as the game ended in a draw.
“It’s a decent point,” he told Ipswich Player HD.
“We had some chances, and so did they but it’s a good result away at Norwich.
“The goal was just one of those things, and I’m disappointed with it.
“I think I should have saved it but it dipped just in front of me and I didn’t get down quick enough although I made some good saves after it.
“I try to treat every game the same, and I know it’s a big game for the fans and the Club but I don’t approach it any different.
“The fans really played their part. They’ve been looking forward to it for a long time, and fair play to them, they’ve been absolutely outstanding all season.”
“This game has gone now, so our focus is now on our next games and finishing the season as strong as we possibly can.”
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