IPSWICH boss Paul Jewell felt Millwall's counter-attacking tactics played a major role in their 3-0 win at Portman Road.
A brace from Andy Keogh and Liam Trotter's eighth goal of the season saw the Lions win by a comfortable margin in East Anglia, and Jewell conceded the visitors' gameplan worked well.
He said: "Goals change games and we were 1-0 down after three minutes and that changed the complexion of the game.
"We've got to give Millwall some credit, they came here and sat back and counter-attacked us. Take your hats off to them, they did that very well.
"They made it difficult for us. They came here to do a job on us and they did that."