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Match Report - Reading 1:1 Leeds United

By Mark Sugar
November 1 2005

Reading set a new club record of 18 games unbeaten after a 1:1 draw with Leeds United at the Madejski Stadium on Saturday.Brynjar Gunnarsson had given the Royals the lead before a mistake from his fellow countryman Ivar Ingimarsson allowed Leeds to equalise. New Page 1 MADEJSKI STADIUM


Coca Cola Championship

Saturday 29th October 2005,

Madejski Stadium, 15:00pm Kick-Off

Reading 1
Leeds United 1


Reading - Hahnemann, Murty, Shorey , Sonko, Ingimarsson, Little, Convey (Hunt 87) , Harper, Gunnarsson (Sidwell 84), Kitson, Doyle

Subs not used; Stack (GK), Oster, Obinha

Leeds United - Sullivan, Kelly, Harding, Butler, Kilgallon, Richardson (Moore 68), Douglas, Derry, Lewis (Pugh 90), Hulse, Blake (Healy 66).

Subs not used; Bennett (GK), Gregan


Reading made it a club record of 18 games unbeaten after an entertaining 1:1 draw with Leeds United at the Madejski Stadium.

Icelandic midfielder Brynjar Gunnarsson scored his 3rd goal of the season for Reading after 63 minutes when he shot low and hard after a poor clearance from Leeds skipper Paul Butler.

But Kevin Blackwell's side picked up a deserved equaliser when a sloppy back pass from Ivar Ingimarsson allowed David Healy to fire in from a tight angle against Marcus Hahnemann. 

Full Time : Reading 1-1 Leeds United

Man Of The Match - Bobby Convey
Attendance - 22,012


The Royals are back in action on Tuesday night when Sheffield Wednesday make the trip to the Madejski Stadium.

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