Defeat leaves Jewell with bitter taste
Ipswich boss Paul Jewell was bitterly disappointed to finish the home campaign on a low note as Millwall claimed an impressive 3-0 victory at Portman Road.
Two goals from Andy Keogh and one from Liam Trotter made it five wins in a row - six in eight games - for the on-song Lions. "We had lots of the ball but didn't do a lot with it," he said. "We were slow and lethargic, a bit laborious, laboured and milky - most of the words I used to use when we were really struggling. "But we have to keep things in perspective because we've done OK over the last 18 games. "At one time it looked like we might be in a relegation fight but we got over that. "It's horrible losing at home but we can't go away thinking it's the end of the world. We were caught on a sucker-punch."