World News – UK Championship: Impressive Reading Beat Bristol City


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After this result, let’s look at the rest of today’s championship.

Bristol City was not at its best and Reading did very well going forward. Daniel Bentley kept City in the game.

Reading takes third place in the championship with a deserved victory. Bristol City wasn’t in the races.

The Royals finish their winless run in five games and did it with a very impressive performance.

Game over. Reading strikers were superb today and they wrap the points on the counter.

Yakou Meite finds Lucas Joao with a nice cross from the right and Joao turns around in the penalty area and scores his 12th. Goal of the season. great.

Can Bristol City give this game a late twist? There will be five minutes of extra time.

Jason Raj: It’s obvious: Cantona from Leeds to United for only £ 1. 2m. Transformed United, transformed English football.

There has not been another king (yet).

If it stays that way, Reading would skip Bristol City and take third place in the table before the whistle at 15:00 GMT. . .

Yakou Meite has already scored his fifth goal of the season this half – and a brilliant one – but he really should have had his sixth there.

Here’s a golden chance for Reading to summarize the points. Omar Richards’ deflected shot goes to the crossbar and bounces back to Yakou Meite, but it only goes a few inches when the net is empty!

The hosts are back in front! It’s clinical finishing by Yakou Meite. The visitors defend with a high line and Ovie Ejaria plays a perfectly weighted through pass that Meite can run to and he places the ball superbly in the lower corner.

Suddenly both teams are pushing to find a second goal. This is everyone’s game now. Chris Martin goes close for the visitors.

Against the course of the game, Bristol City are balanced and it comes from their first real attempt at the goal!

Substitute Nahki Wells plunges into a loose ball after a free kick and sticks the ball home just under the goalkeeper’s nose. Wells was the first to react when the first header fell into the box.

Reading will be furious as replay suggests several Bristol City players were sidelined after the free kick.

Now Yakou Meite races through the gate, but Daniel Bentley parries again brilliantly, this time one on one.

Reading could easily be 2-0, but Michael Morrison kicks in the air when the gap opens and misses the ball a few yards after a low cross. There comes moments after Tom Holmes’ focused efforts are well saved by Daniel Bentley. Great moments in the game.

It looks like he walked on two legs to me, and if he did, Taylor Moore is very lucky to have gotten off without a red card.

Bristol City defender Taylor Moore plays with a heavy touch in trouble and slips dangerously towards Josh Laurent but takes the ball. It’s just a yellow. You saw the ones indicated as red for the risky technique.

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