Ali Al-Habsi: 6
Made some good saves throughout the game and gave a performance Reading fans have got comfortable with seeing.
Garath McCleary: 6
He looks okay at right-back. He got forward when he could and linked up well with George Evans.
Anton Ferdinand: 6
Another quiet and uneventful performance, who worked well with Jake Cooper in central defence.
Jake Cooper: 6
A good afternoon for Cooper, making some decent blocks and was unlucky not to score with his head in the second half.
Andrew Taylor: 5
Put a decent ball into the box which led up to Rakels' goal. Had a reasonably quiet afternoon apart from that, and could have probably done better defending Grant Hall's header.
Oliver Norwood: 5
Just a pretty non-existent performance from Norwood. He was unlucky to see his free kick saved in the second half but I can't really remember him doing much more than that.
George Evans: 6
A good performance from the young midfielder. He looked calm on the ball and showed a lot of promise for next season.
Stephen Quinn: 5
A more quiet game to what we're used to seeing from the Irish midfielder. He tried to make things happen but it just didn't really work for him. Still an impressive work rate.
Simon Cox: 6
Looked lively when playing with Kermorgant, I was reasonably impressed with him yesterday and his work rate couldn't be faulted.
Yann Kermorgant: 6
Definitely one of his better performances in a Reading shirt, Kermorgant looked strong coming back into the side and is seemingly creating a partnership with Rakels. Good assist for Reading's goal.
Deniss Rakels: 7
Looked like the most threatening going forward for Reading. Rakels looked strong and brought energy to the team. Good finish for the goal and should have had another one but fired over the bar from close range.
Michael Hector: 5
Didn't really have much to do when he came on, but didn't do much wrong either.
Chris Gunter: N/A
Matěj Vydra: N/A
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