Albion concede the opening goal

First published in Albion by Brian Owen
Albion striker Craig Mackail-Smith felt Albion were worth a point last night.
But he admitted they needed to take their chances at Ipswich.
Mackail-Smith was one of five players brought back into the starting line-up as boss Sami Hyypia rang the changes.
The Seagulls were arguably the brighter side at times but eventually lost 2-0.
He said: “I think we did well. For 70 or 75 minutes we were compact, we limited them in chances and, on the counter attack, we seemed bright.
“We could have had a couple of goals on another night.
“Towards the end maybe fatigue crept in. We switched off and allowed them to score two goals.”
Mackail-Smith praised home keeper Dean Gerken for the saves which denied Albion a precious lead.
He added: “I think maybe a draw was a fair result. We both had chances.”

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