Ipswich Town legend Mick Mills believes that Wes Burn took Bristol City full-back Cameron Pring to the cleaners once he came on at Portman Road on Tuesday night.


The Blues came out on the positive end of a five-goal thriller at home after they beat Bristol City 3-2.


All five goals were scored in the second half and Mills admitted that Kieran McKenna had to make several changes at half-time to get his side going after the break.




He believes it was the introduction of Burns on the right wing that changed the game for the Tractor Boys against Bristol City.


The Ipswich legend stressed that the winger took Robins full-back Pring to the cleaners and added attacking impetus to an Ipswich side that looked a bit toothless in the first half.



Mills said on BBC Radio Suffolk: “The manager had to make loads of changes from the bench to get it going.


“And at the end, he did get it going and I think pretty much mainly through Wes Burns.



“Wes Burns, all of a sudden, came on the pitch and said, I am going to show how to take on this left-back and he did.


“He took him absolutely to the cleaners and was very instrumental in getting us to play and to look dangerous, exciting and to look as if we had goals in us.”


The win kept Ipswich second in the Championship standings and they remain just three points behind league leaders Leicester City.


They have a trip to Wales on Saturday where they will take on Cardiff City in the Championship.