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Charlton v Reading: Player Ratings

So a cracking win for Reading at Charlton but who caught the eye and who flattered to deceive? Sophie runs through the performances of the 13 men who played at the Valley for Reading, while you have your chance to vote for your player of the match.

Alex McCarthy: 7

Was quiet most of the game, but when he was needed, he made the saves.

Chris Gunter 6- Had a few shakey moments in the first half, but can’t fault this second half performance. Going forward he was again fantastic.

Alex Pearce: 7

Was the first to ever ball in the air. Looked a lot more confident than what he has in recent weeks.

Kaspars Gorkss: 6

Had a good game but had few moments where he lost concentration and could have put us in trouble.

Jordan Obita: 6

Was much better in the second half than the first. Callum Harriott gave him a lot of problems in the first period.

Jobi McAnuff: 6

Had a very quiet game, but when he did go forward the captain did well.

Danny Guthrie: 8

Showed how much of an important player he is for Reading. Had a superb game and as good defensively as he was going forward.

Danny Williams: 9

Scored a stunning goal and was fantastic in midfield, it's great to have him back to full fitness. Fingers crossed Williams and Guthrie will play well together between now and the end of the season.

Pavel Pogrebnyak: 6

Another quiet game for The Pog, but was strong when he needed to be.

Adam Le Fondre: 6- Thought it was one of his better starting performances this year, he’ll be back to scoring form very soon. He caused a few problems.

Royston Drenthe: 5

Didn’t offer too much and was very slow. He seems to enjoy hitting the ball too hard.


Hal Robson-Kanu: 5

No real time to make an impact

Garath McCleary: 7

Played well and seemed to change the game. He was looking more like his normal self.