Bristol City 1-0 Reading: Famara Diedhiou hits winner at Ashton Gate

Bristol C vs Reading
Sky Bet Chboat
3:00pm Saturday October

Ashton Gate
(Att: 21419)

Famara Diedhiou was the match-winner in a 1-0 Sky Bet Championship win against studying in Ashton Gate of Bristol City.
The only goal came on 12 minutes after Niclas Eliassons cross from the right saw the large striker unmarked to head home from eight yards.
A Reading side unfortunate to not take a stage on the balance of drama pushed them all of the way, although victory extended Citys unbeaten run to 10 games.
Before the goal of Diedhiou Callum ODowda got behind the Reading defence and city created a start and crossed for Andreas Weimann to head over.
However, Reading responded to falling behind well. In the 20th minute that the Ovie Ejaria fired just wide from the rally and needed a shot.
Goalkeeper Dan Bentley, who distribute himself to save one-on-one City were caught by a long ball to Yakou Meite and rescued five minutes later.
Diedhiou needed a shot but Reading were appearing both dangerous and Ejaria shot from the border of this box.
City had two opportunities at the start of the second halfODowda forcing a save from Rafael Cabral using a drive and also an Eliasson cross fizzing with no throughout the six-yard box.
At the opposite end George Puscas switched Taylor Moore about the corner of the box only to shoot wildly around with Meite.
Reading must have equalised on 56 minutes once Ejaria made a perfect cross for Puscas dont convert from six yards and to get his feet and also burst into the penalty area on the left.
By exploring on leading and Ejaria inducing City issues six minutes Puscas was replaced with Lucas Boye. A mazy run into the byline watched him send.
Reading looked increasingly dangerous and Lee Johnson made a double change sending for both Eliasson and Diedhiou on Antoine Semenyo and Jack Hunt.
A pass by Semenyo saw Reading fracture in the minute and the strong run finished with a shot that flashed wide of Meite. Since Lucas Joao replaced Michael Morrison, visiting boss Jose Gomes then sacrificed one of the three centre-backs.
An equaliser was brought by A throw from the left because City defender Ashley Williams poked the ball of their own net. From which City about escaped then Bentleys failure to assert a cross resulted in a goalmouth scramble.
At a frenzied end, Bentley saved brilliantly from Boyes low shot and Citys third replacement when he should have tasted, Kasey Palmer finished.

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