Reading supporters halted their match with Burton Albion for 10 minutes as over 400 tennis balls were thrown onto the field.

In a show of defiance against owner Dai Yongge, who has put the club up for sale, supporters threw balls for the second home match in a row.

In the 16th minute, to signify the 16 points deducted by the EFL under Yongge's reign, supporters also wore black as a mark of respect for what the club used to be.

Players were taken off the field while balls were cleared as all four corners of the ground chanted in unison against the Chinese businessman.

The Royals are still yet to pay their tax bill for September and have been placed under a third transfer embargo of the season.

A march from the town centre to the SCL Stadium has been planned for Saturday, October 28 before a match with Portsmouth.