Last Updated: Sat, 30 Mar 2013 18:48
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy was pleased to see his side emerge triumphant against Leeds despite not being at their best.
Town boosted their survival hopes with a 3-0 success courtesy of goals from David McGoldrick (2) and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, all coming after Tom Lees saw red for Leeds.
McCarthy said: "I'm pleased because it's the first time I can remember when we got away with an ordinary performance.
"Leeds were better than us, certainly for 30 minutes.
"It was our turn to have a bit of good fortune and the red card changed the game.
"I don't think anyone could argue against it. It was a sending off, in my view.
"We worked hard. We were under the cosh and there was a time when we would have capitulated but it doesn't happen now.
"We make saves and blocks, stuck at it and kept a clean sheet until we had opportunities to score."
Of his side's ongoing battle to beat the drop, McCarthy added: "The whole league is bonkers and the pressure's starting to tell.
"You can worry like hell about other results, as I'm sure we all do, but you can only concentrate on your own results and performances."
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