18-Feb-2018 14:45:21 | The Guardian
It was like the harvest festival and the summer equinox came all at once. A see-saw end to the Old Farm derby sent first one set of fans then the other into delirium as two late goals meant the spoils were shared between Norwich and Ipswich.
First Luke Chambers for Ipswich then, in the final seconds of added time, Timm Klose for Norwich scored thumping headers in a contest that swung first one way then the other and ultimately ended in a draw. It also means City remain unbeaten in 10 derby matches.
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