Tom McIntyre's second stoppage time goal in three days was enough to earn the Royals a point, despite being 4-1 down with half an hour to go against Swansea City.

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Orjan Nyland- 6: Made some good saves and could do nothing about any of the Swansea goals. Not a stand-out performance but did not let himself down.

Andy Yiadom- 7: Always a threat on the right, the Ghana international played an integral role in the third goal which lifted the squad, and the supporters, to belief the comeback was possible.

Michael Morrison- 6: The captain did all that was expected of him. A true warrior, he made some brilliant last-ditch tackles to prevent a top-heavy Royals from conceding a fifth before the comeback was made.

Tom McIntyre- 8: Hero of the hour yet again, McIntyre will never have to buy a drink in Nottingham again after scoring that goal that relegated a valiant Derby County. Won his tackles and strong in the air, he took his finish expertly in the final seconds of the match.


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Baba Rahman- 6: So good to have the energetic full-back out on the pitch. Takes a lot of emphasis away from right-sided defender Yiadom, allowing for much more balance.

Danny Drinkwater- 7: Cool and calm on the ball, the past few weeks have seen a resurgence in Chelsea-loanee Drinkwater. The Premier League winner was strong in the tackle and always had an eye for a pass. Floated a delightful free-kick for McIntyre's equaliser.

Tom Dele-Bashiru- 6: An unnatural position for the bustling midfielder, it was not the Watford-loanee's best performance for the Royals. However, he never shied away from the ball and was always looking to carry it forward.

Junior Hoilett- 6: Gave away a soft penalty but provided a constant threat going forward. Unlcky to see his long range strike hit the underside of the crossbar. Lovely cross for Tom Ince's goal.

Tom Ince- 7: A livewire throughout, Ince never stopped running. Took his goal very well and was at the heart of most attacks throughout the game.

Josh Laurent- 7: Playing the number 10 role again, he looked a man possessed. Was fouled for the opening penalty and got an assist for Lucas Joao's second goal, although he did not know much about it cannoning off of his chest. Always looking to drive forward, his energy was priceless.


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Lucas Joao- 8: Another two goals to supplement his strike on Good Friday, he even got the assist for McIntyre's equaliser. Did not stop chasing back and every ball up to him stuck. One of his best all-round performances in a Reading shirt.



Yakou Meite- 6: Did very little on the ball but his introduction lifted the whole ground. A real fan-favourite, it is very good to see him back.