A series of individual mistakes allowed promotion-chasing Bolton Wanderers to run away with a 5-2 victory over Reading on Easter Monday.

Take a look at the ratings below.

Joel Pereira, 6: Looked nervy early on and had a few less-than-convincing moments but could do little with any of the goals conceded to the Trotters.

Clinton Mola, 6: Had a solid display and fancied himself as a striker with some of his positioning as the match wore on, popping up on the edge of the box repeatedly.

Tyler Bindon, 5: Difficult day at the office for the teenager, who is allowed an off day every now and then. Has been quality this season so far, but dipped below his level at the Toughsheet Stadium.

Amadou Mbengue, 5: Had a great first 40 minutes but went on to concede a crucial penalty in first-half stoppage time. Looked visibly distraught and will no doubt push on from it.

Jeriel Dorsett, 5: Had a tough afternoon, seemingly targeted from the first minute until the last. Looked to pick up an injury early on, in the build-up to the opener, but shook it off.

Lewis Wing, 6: Perhaps not at his scintillating best but still popped up with a stunning goal to temporarily draw the team's level. Building a strong partnership with Charlie Savage in the centre of the park, working together well.

Charlie Savage, 6: Similar hustle and bustle to what we have become used to with the youngster. As expected, a tougher afternoon than his excellent showing in Good Friday's win over Northampton, but the 20-year-old has found his feet at League One level.

Harvey Knibbs, 5: A quieter afternoon than we had hoped for from the top scorer, seeing little possession and playing solely on the counter-attack. Managed to win the ball high but the Royals saw little in the way of attempts on target, especially in the first half.

Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan, 5: Struggled to back up his match-winning display on Friday, losing possession on too many occasions and not looking up enough to spot passes. Still young, so will be looking to find consistency. 

Sam Smith, 5: A difficult game for the striker, who saw little of the ball and had little support at the top end of the pitch. 

Femi Azeez, 6: The winger grew into the game and when given the opportunity to stretch his legs, made the most of it. Tested Joel Coleman from distance on occasion.



Andy Yiadom, 6: Good to have the club captain back from suspension. The full-back loved to get on the ball whenever possible and drove at the Bolton defence at every opportunity.

Jayden Wareham, 6: A good impact from the youngster, who thought he had pulled a goal back before the offside flag was raised. Could see plenty of minutes in the final five fixtures.

Michael Craig, 6: Some important minutes for the youngster, his first involvement for three matches. A different option to Savage with his own qualities.

Ben Elliott, n/a

Paul Mukairu, n/a