Jeff Hendrick's powerful volley completed a Reading comeback against Watford, drawing 2-2.

Here are the player ratings.

Joe Lumley, 6: Solid performance from the goalkeeper. Conceded twice but there was little he could do with either. Made a huge save one-on-one, only for the Hornets to score from the resulting corner.

Reading Chronicle:

Andy Yiadom, 6: The skipper grew into the game, especially after being moved back to his natural wing-back position. Added impetus from out wide and was positive on the ball.

Amadou Mbengue, 6: Occasionally his rawness showed through, earning an early booking, but overall a positive showing from the youngster. His pace adds a new dimension to the back five.

Tom Holmes, 6: Commanding performance, particularly in the air. He rallied the back line well but was caught out for the first goal.

Tom McIntyre, 6: Caught ball watching for the first goal and appeared to lose his man for the second goal. Went wondering into midfield looking to make something happen, and improved as the comeback became reality.

Junior Hoilett, 6: Defended well and whipped some dangerous crosses into the box, but took a long while for attackers to get into the box.

Reading Chronicle:

Jeff Hendrick, 8: Was tidy and neat for the first hour but began to stamp his authority on the game for the final 30 minutes, culminating in a stunning volley to draw the sides level.

Mamadou Loum, 6: Took lots of risks in possession, with not many coming off. Picked up a silly booking, his 10th of the season, earning him a two-match suspension.

Tom Ince, 8: An inspired performance from the main man, who cut a very frustrated figure in the first half. Should have scored early on but made up for it in the fimnal 30 minutes, tucking a penalty past Daniel Bachmann and spotting Hendrick for the assist for the equaliser.

Reading Chronicle:

Cesare Casadei, 6: His first professional appearance and he looked okay. Appeared lost at times but he got stuck in and looked bright on occasion.

Shane Long, 6: Ran hard, as you would expect, but saw little in the way of shooting chances. Won a clever penalty to kickstart the comeback.



Femi Azeez, 7: Very good cameo from the Academy star. Direct and pacy, he looked to make something happen.

Tyrese Fornah, 6: Solid spell for the loanee, keeping things ticking over and driving forward where possible.

Reading Chronicle:

Yakou Meite, 6: Had one great chance to score but fluffed his lines. 

Scott Dann, N/A