Reading Ratings: Harvey Knibbs’s second-half goal at Lincoln locks in a well-earned point

Reading Ratings: Harvey Knibbs’s second-half goal at Lincoln locks in a well-earned point

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David Button, 6: For Lincoln’s opening goal in the third minute, a clever deflection off Nelson Abbey left the goalie isolated. However, the Imps managed to register only one shot on goal for the rest of the game, making it an easy afternoon for Button.

Andy Yiadom, 6:The captain spent the entire afternoon moving up and down the wing, determined to be an offensive force. A balanced day save for the sporadic dangerous run that resulted in a turnover of possession.

Tom Holmes, 6: Pleasant afternoon for the recent Academy grad, who was rarely put to the test. Holmes was perfect, winning both his ground duals and headers.

Nelson Abbey, 6:Despite the unfortunate deflection that resulted in the defender’s own goal for Lincoln’s first goal, Abbey managed to brush that aside and appeared fairly at ease in Lincolnshire. Despite receiving an unnecessary booking for mishandling the ball on the halfway line, he was essential in closing the gap behind his defensive teammates.

Jeriel Dorsett, 6: played strong defense and provided a helpful assist for Harvey Knibbs’ equalizer. was substituted by Amadou Mbengue after running out of steam before the finish.

Michael Craig, 5:He will inevitably have down days as a young player, and yesterday was one of them. He flew into multiple powerful tackles and failed to complete any of his throws. surely make a full recovery.

Lewis Wing, 6:Loved making spray passes all over the Sincil Bank pitch, Wing controlled the most of the action.

Harvey Knibbs, 7: An all-action performance from the goal scorer, who had a similar opportunity late in the game to steal the victory. Since assuming the midfield position, he has been more productive, offering his talents both with and without the ball.

Paul Mukariu, 6:With the exception of sporadic outbursts, the winger played quietly. contributed significantly to the goal and had a chance to score if he hadn’t fouled the defender as the ball was rolling over the line.

Sam Smith, 6:The striker saw virtually little of the ball, making it another disappointing afternoon for him. He never had a clean opportunity to shoot on goal since he held it up so beautifully.

Femi Azeez, 6:Azeez, who can outscore his opponent at will, is still having a great season despite not having enough goal contributions to justify his worth.


Amadou Mbengue, 6: completed his tasks off the bench, looking strong defensively while still being a danger offensively.

Ben Elliott, 6: showed off some thrilling touches and a strong passing range. Even yet, it appeared somewhat inexperienced when against seasoned League One players.

Charlie Savage, 6:The midfielder was a huge ball of energy who passed the ball brilliantly and tried to move the ball forward whenever he could.


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