Ainsworth sings Ingram praises

Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth was delighted with goalkeeper Matt Ingram's performance despite his side losing 2-0 at Burton.

Last Updated: 10/04/13 at 11:26

Gareth Ainsworth: Outstanding display from Matt Ingram

Gareth Ainsworth: Outstanding display from Matt Ingram

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With another season in League Two now all but secured, Ainsworth took the opportunity to single out his teenage keeper for special praise.

A second-half brace from Jacques Maghoma ended the Chairboys' hopes of recording three successive away league wins but Ainsworth remained upbeat.

He said: "We had a lot of young kids out there getting experience and I thought Matty Ingram was outstanding.

"He kept us in the game with a couple of great saves and he's going to be one hell of a goalkeeper."

Ainsworth continued: "A couple of individual mistakes cost us goals but Burton were a different kettle of fish to the side we beat earlier in the season."

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