Ipswich boss Jim Magilton felt his side were worthy of their 3-2 win against Norwich in the East Anglian derby.

The Tractor Boys came from a goal behind to seal the points, although they took the lead in the second half through a contentious penalty.

"The referee on another day may have not given it but it was a close one. I haven't seen it back so we just have to go with the referee's decision," said Magilton.

"It was contentious but in the second half we turned it up a notch and played some great stuff.

"It was an important win for the fans and we deserved it in my opinion. Norwich threw the kitchen sink at us but we defended well and saw it out."

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