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Bristol City 2-0 Reading FC: Player Ratings

Becki rates the players and invites you to vote for your man of the match in the disappointing loss at Ashton Gate.

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Vito Mannone: 5

Probably couldn’t have done much about either goal. The save right before the second goal was a fantastic one but it was a shame that our defence wasn’t so alert.

Chris Gunter: 5

Managed to get forward and get a couple of crosses in but nothing was really effective.

Liam Moore: 5

Realistically didn’t have that much defending to do in the first half. I loved his passion towards the Reading fans towards the end of the match.

Paul McShane: 5

Did well to keep Bristol quiet in the first half but could have done better defensively leading up to the first goal.

Joey Van Den Berg: 5

Well, he didn’t get booked… A quiet afternoon.

Leandro Bacuna: 6

If Reading were going to create anything, it looked likely it was going to come from Bacuna. He was the only reasonably serious attacking threat.

George Evans: 6

I for one was so pleased to see him back in the team. Considering this was his first league game in three months, I thought he passed the ball well and looked like he had a desire to win that maybe some of the others were lacking.

Dave Edwards: 5

Didn’t really do anything wrong, but didn’t really do anything to make his performance stand out either. Just got on with it.

Modou Barrow: 5

The effort he had saved right in the dying minutes of the game whilst the score was still 1-0 was easier to score than not. Had we scored I think it could have been a very interesting period of stoppage time afterwards.

Sone Aluko – 4

Had no interest in anything that didn’t involve Sone Aluko. Probably up there with one of the most selfish performances from a Reading player I’ve seen, and not in a good way.

Jon Dadi Bodvarsson: 5

You can’t knock his work rate, but he didn’t really do anything that was particularly memorable.


Garath McCleary: 5

I was worried he wasn’t going to look sharp when he came on but actually had a decent 15 minutes. Should have had an assist when he played the ball nicely for Barrow.

Yann Kermorgant: 5

He always adds something when he comes on, but he’s really not the player we relied on so heavily last year.

Roy Beerens – N/A

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