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FA Cup 1
The defender lashed the ball into the net just when it looked like penalties would be required to separate the two League One sides.
It did not look the contest was going to be a close when the Blues roared into a commanding lead through early Ronan Curtis and Tom Naylor goals.
But the Tractor Boys reduced their deficit through Jon Nolan and James Norwood came off the bench to draw them level after the break.
Kenny Jackett stuck with the same side that were so impressive in victory at Lincoln in the league on Tuesday evening.
That meant Cam Pring continued to deputise for Lee Brown – who injured his hamstring in the Sincil Bank warm-up – at left-back.
Oli Hawkins led the line for the hosts against his former club, while ex-Blues loanee David Cornell was between the sticks.
With Armistice Day approaching, there was a period of remembrance observed ahead of kick-off, while a bugler paid the Last Post.
And when the action started, Pompey got off to a blistering start and found themselves with a commanding lead inside the opening 13 minutes.
The first goal came after Ryan Williams was fouled 25 yards from goal by defender Mark McGuinness.
CURTIS stepped up to take the free-kick and managed to squeeze his effort between Cornell’s glove and the post.
The advantage was then doubled moments later, as Andy Cannon cut the ball back for NAYLOR to find the net – via a McGuinness deflection – from the edge of the area.
But that was Cannon’s last meaningful piece of action, as he soon limped off the pitch to be replaced by Ben Close.
The newcomer was immediately in the thick of the action, playing a fine pass through to Curtis, whose first time strike had to be turned behind by Cornell.
But the keeper – who did not make an appearance during his short stint with the Blues in 2015 – then almost saw a clearance charged down by the ever lively Ryan Williams.
Instead the ball flew to Marcus Harness and he won a corner that was taken by Cam Pring and headed clear by Hawkins.
Pompey were looking capable of adding to their lead, but instead found their advantage reduced just before the break.
Raggett intervened to stop Nolan’s header reaching Freddie Sears, but the ball flew straight back to the midfielder, who spun sharply and fired home.
Ipswich Town 1
The hosts then had a couple of opportunities to get back on level terms immediately after the restart.
Nolan’s effort was deflected narrowly past the post and Brett McGavin’s corner then almost snuck in at the near post, with Craig MacGillivray making the save with his legs.
Jackett soon made his second switch of the afternoon, as Callum Johnson made way and Haji Mnoga was given another chance to impress.
The game had quietened down a bit since Ipswich’s fast start, although a dangerous McGavin delivery into the box somehow evaded everyone on its path out of play.
Curtis showed some neat footwork at the other end of the pitch on 60 minutes, but his effort was comfortably dealt with by Cornell.
Hawkins was soon replaced by Norwood and the striker made an instant impact, racing between the Blues back-line and neatly slotting in an equaliser for the Tractor Boys.
Fellow substitute Gwion Edwards then came close to giving the hosts a lead, courtesy of a fierce strike that was beaten away by MacGillivray.
Ellis Harrison was also brought on to see if he could find a winner against his former club in the closing stages, with Curtis the man to head off.
It was Ipswich looking more likely to score again, though, and Emyr Huws nodded wastefully wide after meeting a McGavin corner.
And they almost did settle the tie in stoppage-time following a spot of pinball in the Pompey box, but Close was in the right place to stop the ball finding the net.
He then had a chance to score for the visitors a few moments later, but fired over from a Williams cut-back.
Ipswich Town 2
Teams are allowed to make an additional substitution if ties go into extra-time and Jackett immediately used his, swapping John Marquis with Bryn Morris.
And the visitors suddenly looked bright again, creating a few half-chances before Harness sent a shot crashing against the post.
Cam Pring then lifted a cross into the area from wide on the left, with Harrison rising to meet it and drawing a save from Cornell.
But the Blues did retake the lead in the second period of extra-time after Janoi Donacien had been booked for a foul on Harrison.
Harness’ delivery was met by Naylor, but his header was saved by Cornell. The loose ball was turned towards goal by Rasmus Nicolaisen, though, and RAGGETT made sure that it crossed the line.
And Mnoga almost added icing on the cake at the death, but could not keep his shot down after racing through on goal.
Ipswich (4-3-3): Cornell; Donacien, Nsiala (c), McGuiness, Kenlock; Huws (Judge 102), Nolan, McGavin; Bennetts (Edwards 67), Hawkins (Norwood 62), Sears (Lankester 94)
Goals: Nolan 43, Norwood 66
Booked: Hawkins, Donacien, Norwood
Subs not used: Holy, Wilson, Jackson
Pompey (4-2-3-1): MacGillivray; Johnson (Mnoga 50), Raggett, Nicolaisen, Pring; Naylor (c), Cannon (Close 23); Harness, Williams, Curtis (Harrison 74); Marquis (Morris 91)
Goals: Curtis 11, Naylor 13, Raggett 111
Subs not used: Bass, Downing, Hiwula
Referee: Andy Haines
The striker was teed-up by Marcus Harness in the fifth minute of each half to give the visitors a commanding lead.
There were a hatful of chances for the Blues to extend their advantage and Ronan Curtis duly took one of them before Tom Hopper grabbed an Imps consolation.
Kenny Jackett made one change from the side that were beaten on home soil by Charlton at the weekend.
It was an enforced one, as Jack Whatmough’s hamstring injury presented Rasmus Nicolaisen with a first League One start.
But the Blues boss was forced to make a further switch when Lee Brown also hurt his hamstring in the warm-up.
Cam Pring was elevated from the bench to the left-back berth, with Alfie Stanley taking his spot among the substitutes.
But the late alteration did not seem to affect the visitors, who got the contest of to a blistering opening.
Harness slipped a neat pass through to Ryan Williams, whose low drive was saved by Imps keeper Alex Palmer on four minutes.
And the duo were involved again when the deadlock was broken in Pompey’s favour just a few moments later.
They combined to find MARQUIS in the box, with the striker cutting onto his right foot and curling home a sumptuous finish.
In truth, though, there were not abundance of clear-cut opportunities at either end of the pitch in the first half.
The Blues were showcasing some patient passing build-up play, but a final killer ball was lacking as they went in search of a second goal.
Lincoln grew into the contest and when Craig MacGillivray could only punch away a corner, Tom Naylor threw himself into the path of Sean Roughan’s shot.
Robbie Gotts then tried a long-range curling effort that flew safely into the hands of the Blues keeper.
Nicolaisen was proving a composed presence in the back-line and made one fine sliding challenge to dispossess Brennan Johnson.
Pompey picked up the pace as the interval drew close, but when Williams cut the ball back for Naylor, the skipper’s strike was bravely blocked by Adam Jackson.
Lincoln City 0
The visitors were quickly out of the traps when the action resumed and Curtis hit a 25-yard effort that dipped not too far over the bar.
And the lead was soon doubled when Harness curled a superb delivery into the box and Palmer could not get enough of a hand on MARQUIS’ header to stop it finding the net.
Things might have got even better for the Blues, but Williams was unable to beat Palmer from an acute angle.
The chances kept coming and the Australian winger stooped to meet Callum Johnson’s cross, but glanced his header wide.
Pring then cut the ball back for Harness, whose fierce drilled effort was deflected narrowly past the post.
Pompey were rampant and looking dangerous with every attack, as Williams collected a threaded Curtis pass and rounded Palmer.
He then fired the ball across the face of goal, where Marquis – sensing a hat-trick – dived in, but could not quite make contact.
But a third goal did arrive just past the hour mark, with CURTIS on hand to drill home when Palmer saved Williams’ initial effort.
That failed to dampen their attacking enthusiasm, though, and Palmer had to be at his best to keep out a header from the lively Williams.
But Lincoln had a lifeline on 73 minutes when Hopper headed in a Harry Anderson delivery from a few yards out.
Jackett soon decided to make a substitution, shoring up Pompey’s midfield by replacing Curtis with Ben Close.
The visitors were still posing a threat and when the newcomer chested the ball down, Williams’ effort was deflected narrowly wide.
Jackett was able to use all his changes as the minutes ticked down, with Bryn Morris and Haji Mnoga both getting time on the pitch – the latter making his league debut.
And Pompey saw out the closing stages with relative ease, as they continued to enjoy life on the road.
Lincoln (4-3-3): Palmer; Gotts (Anderson 63), Eyoma, Jackson, Roughan; Jones (Archibald 82), Grant, McGrandles; Scully, Hopper, Johnson
Goals: Hopper 73
Subs not used: Ross, Melbourne, Elbouzedi, Edun, Howarth
Pompey (4-2-3-1): MacGillivray; Johnson, Raggett, Nicolaisen, Pring; Naylor (c) (Morris 81), Cannon; Harness (Mnoga 89), Williams, Curtis (Close 75); Marquis
Goals: Marquis 5, 50, Curtis 61
Booked: Curtis, Marquis
Subs not used: Bass, Pring, Hiwula, Harrison
Referee: Carl Brook