LOAN man James Vaughan scored a dramatic late equaliser for Huddersfield Town and then missed a penalty as Simon Grayson's side took points from an eventful and open 2-2 draw with Ipswich Town at Portman Road.
Ipswich looked to have taken control with two second half goals in the space of 10 minutes from Luke Chambers (62) and Michael Chopra (72) in front of a crowd of 16,843, 830 of which were from Huddersfield.
It seemed Adam Clayton's well-struck first goal for the club on 35 minutes would count for nothing but, with deadline day signing Adam Hammill going on as a substitute, Danny Ward teed up Vaughan for a close-range strike 10 minutes from time.
The drama wasn't over however, as two minutes later Town were awarded a penalty by the linesman after Jack Hunt was sent tumbling tumbling in the box - referee Mike Russell had previously waved away appeals - but Vaughan's kick was brilliantly tipped onto the bar and post by keeper Scott Loach, who had looked very shaky up to that point.
Then, in the second minute of stoppage time Vaughan latched onto a long through ball and Loach made another excellent save to prevent him netting a winner.
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See full report and reaction in Monday's Examiner.