Like the Ipswich game the stats prove that we didn't roll over.
That's five goals conceded in the last two games and after the 2-0 defeat away to Ipswich Saturday a quick Tuesday night game away to Reading did not fill me with much confidence but as normal always hopeful that we can get a win. From the start a five minute flurry of good play by the Lions quickly turned to crap and was 2-0 down by the 15th minute but a change of formation and the early substitution of Bryon Webster for Martyn Woolford tightened us up and we begun to threat the Reading goal. We scored just before the break when Ricardo Fuller cracked one in. The second half started and it was not long before we drew level when Mark Beevers headed. As draw looked on the cards or maybe a Lions win as we pushed on for the winner but Reading won the spoils with six minutes to go as we succumb to a header from a corner. Bloody cruel this football lark.
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