Ipswich v Cardiff reaction
Cardiff boss Malky Mackay hailed Heidar Helguson as "immense" after he scored twice to earn his team a 2-1 come-from-behind win at Ipswich.
Helguson netted twice in the second half, on both occasions taking advantage of sloppy defending from the hosts, to overturn DJ Campbell's controversial opener on his Tractor Boys debut.
Of Helguson's heroics, Mackay said: "He's sitting in a bath of ice right now after running himself dizzy.
"He's an absolute credit to himself and his profession.
"People were questioning his lack of goals but no-one can fault his effort, work-rate and energy.
"Youngsters should look up to him because he was still chasing balls at the end. He was immense.
"We deserved the three points considering the pressure we put them under in the second half. We got stronger the longer the game went on.
"It was a classic game of two halves. Ipswich deserved to be in front at half-time but we dominated the second half."
Helguson's first came thanks to a helping hand from Ipswich goalkeeper Scott Loach. He spilt a harmless-looking cross from substitute Craig Conway right at Helguson's feet and the front man gratefully smashed home from close range.
Better followed two minutes from time when he connected with Andrew Taylor's cross from the left, ghosting behind Aaron Cresswell and coolly placing his header inside the near post.
The goals cancelled out Ipswich's opener, scored by Campbell after arriving on loan from Blackpool on Friday.
He turned in a sublime cross from Lee Martin after confusion between goalkeeper David Marshall and defender Mark Hudson, although TV replays confirmed he had effectively punched the ball into the net.
"We knew DJ Campbell had punched it in with both hands and we told the referee at half-time what a mistake he'd made," said Mackay.
"It was an awful error and if the linesman had been where he should have been he would have seen it."
Town boss Paul Jewell was left deflated, partly because of the errors and partly because his side had dominated the first half.
Campbell should have scored before his goal, having ghosted between the two centre-halves to meet a perfect cross from Cresswell.
However, he was stretching and steered his close-range effort wide.
Marshall then dived to push away a 30-yard pile-driver from Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, and Ipswich went even closer when Danny Higginbotham's cross from deep on the right found Daryl Murphy.
However, his close-range effort struck the left-hand post.
"We were a bit fortunate with our goal but I thought we played well in the first half," said Jewell.
"We were the better team and had great opportunities to make it 2-0.
"I know we can't keep losing matches, but I honestly thought we were unfortunate again.
"We defended well and the goals came out of the blue. They were devastating blows.
"There wasn't much Scott Loach could say afterwards. They were two goalkeeping errors.
"Everyone makes mistakes but every time we make one it seems to end up as a goal.
"They're not just little mistakes, they're big errors.
"We're not getting outplayed by anyone and the lads are giving everything they've got. They still believe.
"It's very disappointing because I'm a proud man."
Of his own future, Jewell added: "I had 15 to 20 minutes with (owner) Marcus Evans after the game.
"He felt we played well and I've got his full support, which I appreciate."