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Ipswich marked their Championship return with a 2-1 victory over 10-player Sunderland thanks to goals from Nathan Broadhead and George Hirst.

The Tractor Boys ended a four-year stay in League One last season by claiming automatic promotion and laid down a marker in their new division against Tony Mowbray’s side, who lost in the play-offs in May.

Jobe Bellingham missed a golden chance from close range for the hosts before Nathan Broadhead put the visitors ahead with a clever finish in first-half added time, although he refused to celebrate against his former club.

George Hirst then slammed in a second shortly after the break and, with Sunderland unable to respond, Trai Hume was sent off after being shown a second yellow card.

The hosts, though, pulled one back late on through Dan Neil’s smart finish but Ipswich survived an onslaught during 13 minutes of added time in which goalkeeper Vaclav Hladky turned Neil’s shot against a post to secure an impressive first win.

How Ipswich surprised Sunderland

Sunderland dominated the opening 15 minutes yet it was Ipswich who went closest first. Wes Burns’ deep cross from the right was met by Leif Davis at the back post and his volley was cleared from the goal-line by Luke O’Nien.

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New Sunderland signing Jobe Bellingham missed a glorious opportunity to open the scoring on his debut against Ipswich at the Stadium of Light

The hosts should have led soon after when Pierre Ekwah’s 25-yard effort was pushed away by Hladky straight to Bellingham, who could have controlled but instead blazed over first time with the goal at his mercy.

Sunderland appealed for a penalty four minutes before the break when Jack Clarke broke in behind and went down under pressure from Janoi Donacien although the winger was penalised for handball as he fell to the floor.