Carlos Carvalhal's Sheffield Wednesday players were booed off at Hillsborough at the weekend when they drew 0-0 against Bristol City, having not recorded a single shot on target.
Carvalhal was rescued on Wednesday night by Atdhe Nuhiu, who scored a last-gasp header to earn Wednesday a share of the points that they probably didn't deserve.
Marytn Waghorn's header and Joe Garner's strike either side of Gary Hooper's penalty looked to be enough to move Mick McCarthy's up to eighth and one point offg the Championship's top six.
Super sub Atdhe Nuhiu celebrated after heading in a last-gasp equaliser to earn a point
Central defender Glenn Loovens would have still had his manager's pre-match team talk on his mind when he planted his right foot into the groin of David McGoldrick after three minutes. Worthy of a foul but nothing more severe, according to referee Keith Stroud. The television replays suggested otherwise.
Wednesday striker Jordan Rhodes hasn't been as prolific this season as he has been in the past. Just four goals in the Championship this term. A number that didn't look like increasing when his header bounced wide of Bartosz Bialkowski's goal.
Ipswich recorded the first shot on target by either side when Callum Connolly advanced forward from midfield and tried an effort from 25 yards. Easily parried by goalkeeper Keiren Westwood but it was a sign that Ipswich were starting to figure out ways through to the Wednesday goal.
Soon after Bersant Celina, on loan from Manchester City, cut inside from the left but his effort was tame. Celina had a better chance minutes later. Joe Garner took advantage of the space left by full Morgan Fox and sprinted to the byline. His cross into the area was aimed perfectly at Celina, who was advancing at the far post, but his header was saved down to his right by Westwood.
Wednesday's quest for a shot on goal continued as experienced winger Ross Wallace shifted the ball onto his left foot just outside the Ipswich area but his effort was harmless and trickled out for a goal kick.
The 32-year-old had a chance to redeem himself when Wednesday were awarded a free kick on the edge of the Ipswich box after Myles Kenlock fouled him. Carvalhal moved to the front of his technical area only to watch Wallace shoot over Bialkowski's goal.