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Reading FC 0-2 Yeovil Town: Player Ratings

You've read his match report, now here's how Euan rated Reading's youngsters against Yeovil.

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Stuart Moore: 6

Left stranded for both finishes, but looked comfortable with the ball at his feet and made no real errors.

Tennai Watson: 6

Was playing on automatic for most of the match and coasted through (no bad thing when playing in a largely-irrelevant match).

Jake Cooper: 5

Poor with his distribution and probably culpable for at least one of the goals. Rusty after injury.

Danzell Gravenberch: 6

Same was Watson, produced some neat passes and timely interceptions.

Tom McIntyre: 6

Seemed somewhat reluctant to move forward and overlap, but nothing particularly wrong with his performance.

Omar Richards: 5

Entirely unnoticeable unfortunately. The game passed him by, but obviously no disgrace given his age.

Liam Kelly: 7

The best footballer on the pitch. Clever, intelligent with his choice of pass and executed brilliantly 90% of the time.

Andy Rinomhota: 5

Same as Richards really, nothing much to report and failed to overly trouble the Yeovil backline.

Tyler Frost: 6

Has bundles of potential, and will probably be a decent player once size, strength and experience have all been added to raw ability.

Andrija Novakovich: 6

Hard to mark bearing in mind complete lack of quality service for 70 minutes.

Dominic Samuel: 6

In these matches you would expect a player with burning first team ambitions to shine. He did not. However, clearly a cut above many of the others in terms of technical ability and pace.

Subs

Josh Barrett (for Liam Kelly): 6

He will play league football and possibly at this level. An extremely unpolished diamond.

Niall Keown (for Dominic Samuel): 5

A young leader at the back (which given his family tree is unsurprising). Didn’t do anything wrong while on the pitch.

Sam Smith (for Omar Richards): N/A

Very little time to make an impact, but did force Maddison into making one noteworthy stop.