Brewster’s goal was a fine strike indeed, but I still think the newly crowned player of the season should've done better. Few other shaky moments too means despite his award - the keeper wont be happy with how he’s ended the season.
Chris Gunter: 5
Don’t think he did anything really wrong, but didn’t really stand out either in what was more than likely his final game in a Reading shirt after eight years. Whatever you think of him, he has been some servant to the club.
Matt Miazga: 5
A game that summed up this season really. Clearly a very talented centre back, but trudged off injured with 10 minutes to go - again, likely to be the last time we see him in a Reading shirt.
Michael Morrison: 5
Like everyone in the back five, didn’t play particularly badly. Obviously, could’ve defended better as he and the rest ended up conceding four but, he’s one player this season who has done enough to earn some credit this season.
Liam Moore: 5
Again, maybe the last time we see him in a Reading shirt? The skipper is a huge earner who will certainly have his price this summer. Will be more than disappointed with how he has personally finished the season.
Omar Richards: 5
Again, like everyone in defence - I don’t remember any real stand out bad errors. Will only get better and will surely be a staple in next season’s starting eleven.
Andy Rinomhota: 6
Never stopped running and showed great attacking intent to win the penalty - just like he did against Charlton a few weeks ago. Again, will hopefully continue to be a key player for us next campaign.
John Swift: 5
In my opinion, very unfortunate to miss out on player of the season. Yet again, probably the last time we see him in the blue and white hoops as he looks destined for the Premier League - will be a huge miss next season if we don’t replace him.
Michael Olise: 7
What a player this kid will be, was Reading’s best player by a country mile. Three or four truly ridiculous pieces of skill - particularly in the second half. A seven might be generous, but I have a feeling that that’s low compared to how he’ll be performing on a regular basis next year.
Yakou Meite: 3
Showed his immaturity with a petty lash out at Van der Hoorn and was rightly given his marching orders. Has had a good season but tonight showed he still has a bit of maturing to do to become a proper player at this level.
George Puscas: 6
Actually think he did very well considering the circumstances. Held the ball up as well as he good with very limited company at the top of the pitch, and also grabbed his goal. I hope he is still here next year, but he is definitely another one who could be shown the exit door to balance the books.
Garath McCleary, Lucas Boye and Tyler Blackett: N/A
None of the three that entered the fray really had the time to do anything of note.
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