The match between Ipswich Town and its guest Sheffield Wednesday, which was held last Saturday for the ninth round of the English Football League Second Division, witnessed the owners of the land scoring a strange goal.
And when the match was breathing its last, and the result indicated that Sheffield Wednesday was leading with a goal without a response, a high ball reached Ipswich Town striker, Macaulay Boone, on the right side inside the Sheffield team penalty area, and he shot it before it crossed the field line to settle in the hands of goalkeeper Bailey Farrell.
But Macaulay, succeeded in hiding behind goalkeeper Bailey Farrell, and kept stalking him until he dropped the ball to the ground, to snatch it from him.
Macaulay passed the ball to one of his teammates, who in turn passed it to Conor Chaplin, who scored the equalizer for Ipswich Town in the fourth minute of stoppage time, to win his team an orphan point. Sheffield Wednesday has 12 points from 8 games and is 11th, while Ipswich Town is 21st with seven points.
Please enjoy my Macauley Bonne ft D. Attenborough remix (sound on) #ITFC
— Chris Smith (@chrissssmith) September 26, 2021
In the 90th minute, Macauley Bonne stole the ball from Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Peacock-Farrell.
Ipswich Town 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield failed to win 😅pic.twitter.com/xjNqdldSSA
— SPORT7 (@sport7trans7) September 27, 2021