Reading 3 - 3 Fulham

Match info: Premier League at The Madejski Stadium

Date: 27/10/2012 KO: 15:00 Ref: M Jones Att: 24,093

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers

Reading

Mikele Leigertwood 26
Garath McCleary 85
Hal Robson-Kanu 90

3
vs
3

Fulham

Bryan Ruiz 61
Chris Baird 77
Dimitar Berbatov 88

FT (ht: 1-0)

 

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  • And finally, spare a thought for Joe Finegan. He wanted six goals and I gave him them. But none for Pogrebnyak or Rodallega

  • I'm going to go for a lie down after that and bathe my fingertips in iced water. If you've enjoyed the coverage, please give me a follow on Twitter @danielstorey85

  • It's finished at the Madejski. An unbelievable second half ends with the spoils shared. Who knows who will be the happier with that?!

  • CHANCEs!!! How close were Reading there. Fabulous save from Mark Schwarzer from a Reading header. From the corner, Jason Roberts should equalise but flicks it wide.

    90+3
  • Another free kick for Reading. They couldn't, could they?

    90+2
  • I told you this would be a classic. So take that, doubters

    90+2
  • Five goals in 40 minutes. And my keyboard is on fire!

    90+1
  • It really is a horrible goal, but will Reading fans care? No, is the predictable answer

    90+1
  • EQUALISER!!! This is getting silly now. Hal Robson Kanu bundles the ball home from the resultant free kick.

    90
  • Free kick on the edge of the box as Mariappa is fouled. One more chance for Reading?

    90
  • That's what you pay the big bucks for. Berbatov has been quiet for most of this afternoon, but turns up just when it matters. How many times can we say it, Reading architects of their own downfall.

    88
  • GOAL FOR FULHAM!!! And that's a wonderful finish from the Bulgarian Berbatov.

    87
  • Adam Le Fondre takes the ball down to swivel and shoot. It's easily saved, but really good technique from the striker

    86
  • Reading don't really deserve that after their second half showing, but they are back on level terms. Anyones game now...

    85
  • GOAL FOR READING!!! It's an equaliser from Garath McLeary, and Jason Roberts is lucky to have miscontrolled the ball, allowing it to roll to the ex-Nottingham Forest winger

    84
  • Reading are finally pressing this game, but have paid the price for not doing so early enough in this half

    82
  • Substitutions everywhere! And now Reading really need to give it a real go. For McDermott, he must surely be worried?

    80
  • Hal Robson Kanu is on for Jimmy Kebe

    79
  • The injured Baird will be replaced by Steve Sidwell

    79
  • Chris Baird has injured himself celebrating his goal, slipping into the advertising hoardings. Clever stuff

    78

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