Heading home a late equaliser at Carrow Road in an East Anglian derby was an “indescribable moment”, according to Norwich City centre-back Timm Klose.
Ipswich looked set for their first victory in the fixture since 2009 when Luke Chambers headed home a Martyn Waghorn corner on 89 minutes but Klose nodded Grant Hanley’s cross in stoppage-time to help City earn a point.
Reflecting on that moment, City’s goalscorer said: “That was so emotional. Especially in a derby when you’re 1-0 behind and with the last kick of the game you equalise - it’s indescribable.
“It was in a derby and that makes it even more special. I think those moments you have to suck in and take them into the next game. That gives us maybe a push to do even bigger things.
“It seems that the centre-backs are good at crossing. Last time it was me to Jamal [Lewis] this time, it was Grant to me. We are doing a great job at that.
“[In the] first-half we played their game and that wasn’t good enough so in the second-half we changed our style and went at them and played very well.
"They’re a dangerous team from set-pieces and scored from one but we showed character and that’s all that counts."
Klose hopes City can carry their momentum from the last-gasp equaliser into their next match against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux on Wednesday.
“To be fair, it feels like a win,” he added. “It’s horrible that we didn’t take the lead but sometimes you have to take these points.
“As I said, we have to take things game-by-game. Wolves have nothing to lose now. They are having an unbelievable season.
“We want to win all our games and show we are capable of playing against the best teams in this league. That’s why we’ll go there and try and win.”