McDonald on target in derby draw

Chris Lakey Cody McDonald made sure City manager Paul Lambert needed no reminding of his appetite for goals as honours were shared in the first East Anglian derby of the season at Portman Road yesterday.

Chris Lakey

Cody McDonald made sure City manager Paul Lambert needed no reminding of his appetite for goals as honours were shared in the first East Anglian derby of the season at Portman Road yesterday.

McDonald put City ahead after 24 minutes with his fourth in the last three games - a goal that owed as much to his refusal to give up a lost cause as the wicked deflection that took it past former City player Aaron Lee-Barratt.

But hopes of a confidence-boosting win on hostile territory - albeit only for Totesport.com Combination East Division points - were dashed eight minutes from time when Town substitute Ronan Murray looped a header over Declan Rudd.


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