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on Sun 01 Sep 2019, 2:02 pm
READING 0 CHARLTON ATHLETIC 2


Newly-promoted Charlton moved up to second in the Championship with victory at Reading. George Puscas had two good efforts for the hosts before the break in an even but goalless first half. On-loan Jonathan Leko broke the deadlock soon after half-time when the Charlton forward's deflected effort spun in from the edge of the box. The lead was doubled when Lyle Taylor converted a penalty after Chuks Aneke had been brought down in the area by Pele.


Reading manager Jose Gomes:
"We prepared for the game very well and, in the first half, my players showed our plan was good. We had a good defensive dynamic. We really blocked out Charlton. We created clear goal situations in the first half but we missed them. In the second half, after their goal, it looked like my team was scared because of the things that were happening. That's why I changed my wing-backs and replaced them with more offensive players. With my player changes, this is the magic thing in football. If you play PlayStation and you change the players and you lose, you can repeat the game. Here, we can't. But I don't regret doing it."

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on Fri 13 Sep 2019, 1:08 pm
MIDDLESBROUGH v READING


14th September 2019 - Championship
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Referee: Jones R.  / Venue: Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough)
 
 
Refreshed from the international break, Middlesbrough return to Championship action in search of a sixth consecutive league victory over Reading. Four of their previous five H2H victories have come by a single-goal margin, three of which were played out at the Riverside Stadium, with each of those ending 2-1. Despite the fact that Middlesbrough were unbeaten in three matches heading into the international break (W1, D2), the ‘Boro’ have dropped more points from winning positions than any other Championship side so far this term (six). Notably, Middlesbrough drew after leading in the game in each of their last two league outings.
So far this season, Reading have only managed to earn points from matches in which they have scored first. Damningly, the ‘Royals’ have only managed an equaliser on one of four occasions that they have gone behind in the league this season. First scorers, but losers, in last season’s corresponding fixture, Reading are unbeaten in two of their three away games so far (W1, D1, L1). However, they are yet to score before half-time, and two of those matches were goalless at the break (HT: D2, L1).

Players to watch: No Championship player has scored more goals since the beginning of 2014/15 as Middlesbrough’s Britt Assombalonga (67). He bagged his 100th overall last time out. Reading midfielder George Pușcaș scored his nation’s only goal in a 1-0 victory over Malta during the international break. Both of his league goals this season have come before half-time.

Stat attack: The Riverside Stadium has seen a joint league-low of four total goals this term (1.33 per match on average). Both sides have received exactly ten bookings across the last six H2Hs (1.67 per match average). With just seven yellow cards (1.17 per match on average), Reading boast the joint-best disciplinary record so far this term.

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on Sat 14 Sep 2019, 12:26 pm
Reading were unbeaten last season when playing right after an international break.

First such game of the campaign was a 3-2 win at Preston North End, followed by beating Millwall 3-1 at home.



let's see...

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