Jordan Stevens scored one goal and scored another while battling Barrow who shocked League One Ipswich 2-0 in the FA Cup second round replay at Holker Street.
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Barrow had previously threatened with Robbie Gotts before taking control of the replay with two goals in nine minutes of the first half.
Stevens’ right-footed shot in the 26th minute went on goal, but a deflection from Idris El Mizouni allowed the ball to pass Christian Walton.
Ipswich’s first competitive trip to Holker Street took another turn for the worse after 36 minutes.
Stevens was the supplier with a center right winger and while teammates Josh Gordon and Patrick Brough couldn’t apply a finish, Gotts made no mistake from six yards.
Ipswich, terrible in the first half, were more powerful in the second.
Paul Farman held out substitute Sam Morsy’s low drive and did just as well to grab the rebound as Kayden Jackson swooped in for a tap-in. He also saved from Joe Pigott, but the Cumbrians held on comfortably.