Date: 20th April 2016 at 10:05am
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Fulham, over at Portman Road last night, went so close to taking all three points against an Ipswich side who still have an outside chance of promotion.

Only an injury time equalizer prevented Fulham from taking the three points on offer, however, after the 5-0 mauling the team suffered against Brighton and Hove Albion, on Friday night, a draw is an improvement, even if it is disappointing to have conceded so late on.

The Cottagers got off to the start they would have hoped for when our in-demand young French striker, Moussa Dembele, opened the scoring.

The goal, Dembele`s 17th of the season, came after the striker perfectly met a cross from Scott Parker.

Such was Fulham`s dominance of the game, a poor Ipswich side didn`t register a shot on target until the 74th minute.

Fulham should have put the game to bed but Ryan Tunnicliffe was foiled by a save by the Ipswich Town keeper, Dembele managed to shoot over from close range and only the brilliance of Bartosz Bialkowski prevented a header from Shaun Hutchinson from rippling the net.

But, just as it looked as if Fulham would take the three points on offer and had done enough to do so, Ipswich grabbed that stoppage time equalizer when Jonas Knudsen reacted quickest to finish after a move from David McGoldrick and Freddie Sears had provided him with the opportunity.