Ultimately, I think we're a bit let down as we should be beating a team as bad as Ipswich; at the same time, Ipswich feel let down as they should be winning games like yesterday. A draw in the end, is enough.
Ipswich tactically were more grounded than us, playing 2 up front to prevent our 4 from comfortably playing out- Hanley in this case is the weak link, being most likely to send the ball long when closed down. This, coupled with their almost dogmatic agricultural style, meant that the midfield was almost always running back and forth under a ball 20 feet above them, damaging us as the midfield is where the biggest difference between the teams would be. When we did wrest control back from them and got the ball down, the difference in quality was starkly apparent and Leitner IMO had his best game for us, but when you can effectively eliminate Rhodes, Hernandez, Pukki, Leitner and Buendia as offensive players, Ipswich were always on the front foot.
At the end of the day, I think if it's 0-0 going into the last 15 we win that. The telling pressure for the first half of the second half is the real worry, you could see the Ipswich goal coming a mile off- despite the fact that without a generous scoop of rancid luck from the bin, Krul would comfortably have dealt with the shot. In hindsight, credit to Farke for taking off an attacker in Buendia for a worker in Thompson which helped us stem the flow after their goal and get play moving the other way.
Personally, I would maybe see Hernandez swapped out for a bit as after his bright start he has faded, and although he's performing as ok as a poacher can do in a target man role, I think Rhodes needs some time out as well. As mentioned above, when we're fit, firing and pinging balls across the box he's wonderful to have; when we aren't in control of a game he's a passenger ATM.