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25 January 2022

"There were some good bits for sure, and also things we can improve"

Kieran McKenna admitted he had mixed views of tonight's performance at AFC Wimbledon.

A brace from Wes Burns saw Town run out 2-0 winners in the capital, and in doing so secure a second victory in the space of four days, having beaten Accrington Stanley at Portman Road on Saturday.

"The halves were quite different," the Blues boss told iFollow Ipswich.

"In the first half we had a lot of the ball and had control of the game, without getting into the areas that we really wanted to.

"In the second half we had a goal threat for the whole 45 minutes, and penetrated more, but lost control of the game for 10 or 15 minutes, so it was in the balance.

"There were some good bits for sure, and also things we can improve. At the end of the day it's a clean sheet away from home and a second win in the space of four days.

"We wanted the three points so made some changes at half-time, and opened the game up a bit, thankfully it paid off.

"We're scoring goals with quality and it was great to have Wes stretching the game this evening. He's working really hard for the team at both ends of the pitch, and I hope he can continue his strong form."

The full interview with Kieran is available on iFollow Ipswich.

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