Luke Williams was the youngest Boro player in over a century when he made his club debut as a 16-year-old in December 2009.

Netting here in a 2-0 win over Ipswich nearly three years later, this was the second of his two league goals for Boro following a late, match-winning screamer against Burnley a month earlier.

Mustapha Carayol also scored in that match. From defence to attack, keeper Jason Steele released the fleet-footed Gambian with an arrowed knock forward from his own penalty area, and after bearing down on goal Carayol made no mistake.

Andrew Taylor was on target in an entertaining 3-3 draw in April 2011. Andy Halliday, who had opened the scoring and set up Scott McDonald for Boro’s second, was the architect again, feeding Taylor to fire home.

Boro looked in good shape to bag all three points, but a certain Grant Leadbitter scored twice to salvage a draw for the hosts.

Paul Wilkinson netted his fourth Premier League goal for the club in this 2-2 draw at Ayresome Park.

Wilkinson would also score in the reverse fixture at Portman Road – the only goal in a rare away win for Boro that season, and a rarer still victory at what proved to be a difficult destination for us over the next two decades.

When the Teessiders headed to Suffolk in December 2015 looking for a first win at the stadium in over 20 years. Luckily, this time, we had David Nugent.

Boasting an incredible record against The Tractor Boys, heading into the match with 14 in his previous 13 games against them, the striker latched onto a pass from Stewart Downing to add another to his tally in a 2-0 victory for Boro.

Patrick Bamford enjoyed a fine afternoon against Ipswich in March 2015.

The Championship Player of the Year bamboozled the Town backline to score two wonderful second half goals – his only brace for Boro that season – in a resounding 4-1 win against our promotion rivals.