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

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

Ashton Gate
(Att: 21419)

Famara Diedhiou was the match-winner in a 1-0 Sky Bet Championship win against Reading in Ashton Gate of Bristol City.
The only goal arrived on 12 minutes after Niclas Eliassons cross from the right found the significant striker unmarked to head home from eight yards.
A Reading side unfortunate not to take a point pushed them all the way, although victory prolonged Citys unbeaten run to 10 games.
City created a bright start and earlier the target of Diedhiou Callum ODowda got supporting the Reading defence on the left and crossed to go over.
However, Reading reacted nicely to falling behind. In the 20th minute the remarkable Ovie Ejaria fired just wide and had a shot.
Goalkeeper Dan Bentley, who distribute himself to save one-on-one City were caught by a long ball to Yakou Meite and spared five minutes later.
Diedhiou had a shot deflected for a corner, but Reading were looking equally dangerous and Ejaria shot over from the edge of their box.
City had two chances at the beginning of the second half, ODowda forcing a save from Rafael Cabral using a drive along with an Eliasson cross fizzing throughout the six-yard box.
George Puscas turned Taylor Moore on the boxs corner only to take along with Meite expecting for a cross.
Reading must have equalised on 56 minutes when Ejaria produced a great low cross only for Puscas dont convert from six yards and to get his feet and burst into the penalty area on the left.
Six minutes Puscas was replaced by Lucas Boye, by exploring inducing City countless problems. A mazy run into the byline watched him send.
Reading were looking dangerous and Lee Johnson made a shift sending for both Eliasson and Diedhiou Antoine Semenyo and Jack Hunt.
A pass by Semenyo saw Reading break at the minute and Meite run ended with a shot that flashed wide. As Lucas Joao replaced Michael Morrison Seeing boss Jose Gomes sacrificed one of his three centre-backs.
As City defender Ashley Williams poked the ball of his own web A long throw from the abandoned nearly brought an equaliser. From which City just about penalizing Subsequently Bentleys failure to assert a cross scramble.
In a frenzied end, Bentley saved brilliantly from Citys third substitute and Boyes low shot Kasey Palmer finished if he should have scored.

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