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West Ham Player Ratings: Reading Vs West Ham



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Let’s check out West Ham Player Ratings after a 1-1 draw with Reading FC.

Reading FC and West Ham played to an exciting 1-1 draw on Saturday afternoon.

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Nikola Vlasic scored with a header in the second half, but Paul Ince’s team tied it up when Yakou Meite scored.

After Meite put the ball in the back of the net again, the Royals could have won, but the linesman called it off.

Fans will find a lot to like about the game, especially since it was played against a proven Premier League team.

Joe Lumley got 7 points because he made great saves to keep Jarrod Bowen and Pablo Fornals out of the game. He showed he knew how to play the game by sprinting off his line to stop a dangerous ball in behind.

Tom McIntyre 6: Seemed sure of himself. Carried the ball well and got through West Ham’s front line several times. He helped Reading score when he sent a cross from the left side that was right on target.

Sam Hutchison 8: Strong and in charge. He used his voice to set up a defensive line that he had just joined. Wasn’t afraid to block and fight in his aerial duels. Strong when he has the ball at his feet. Reading should try to get the versatile center-back on board. At 32, he has the experience that is needed this season.

Tom Holmes 5: The youngster put on a quiet show. Hutchinson’s presence seemed to help them a lot.

Junior Hoilett got 5 points for his part in West Ham’s goal, but he could have done better. Jarrod Bowen went around him and put in a beautiful cross. Positive with the ball, but didn’t do much with it.

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Tirese Fornah 7: Impressive. Was sure even when he didn’t have the ball. Always went after the ball and showed that he could play out of the press. Seemed to get along well with Hendrick, which is a sign that their relationship could grow.

Jeff Hendrick 6: Worked hard. West Ham’s midfield was the main thing to stop, which got harder after Rice and Fornals came on at halftime. Will get better as he gets more time on the field.

Andy Yiadom 6: Said Benrahma and Ben Johnson were in it a lot. He got off to a good start and quickly moved up the ranks. Turned down a chance from far away when Fabianski left the Hammers’ goal for a short time.

Tom Ince got 6 points because he gave Joao a great chance to score by setting up a beautiful cross from the left side, but the Angolan missed it. As the game went on, he got more and more angry and kept dropping deep to look for the ball.

Ovie Ejaria 5: Quiet. Showed some good signs, like when he played a through ball that Ince was about to get to but just missed. Moved around the hour.

Lucas Joao 4: To be fair to the lead singer, he didn’t have much to work with. Did his best to keep the ball alive and sometimes helped his teammates out.

Femi Azeez 5: Began on the right side of defense and then moved to the left side of the field. He worked hard and showed he could do many things.

Kian Leavy got better at the game and didn’t mind going after the ball. As the game went on and the competition got weaker, he looked more at ease.

Guinness-Walker 4: Balls into the channel got the trialist. Probably won’t solve Reading’s left-back problem, but the lack of backup will worry Ince as the season starts up soon.

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Dejan Tetek got 6 points because he made the midfield stronger when Hendrick and Fornah left.

Shane Long 5: Made a living off of scraps and won some air battles. Late in the game, he broke free, but he couldn’t make a fairy-tale comeback because he was brought down just outside the box. It was nice to see him back in a Reading shirt.

Yakou Meite got 7 points because he took both of his chances well, even though the second one was from an offside position. Worked hard to keep the young defenders safe when they came on in the second half.

Kelvin Abrefa 5: In the 20 minutes he had, he looked like he was having fun.

Louie Holzman 5: He worked well with Clarke as the young players got through the last part of the game.

Jahmari Clarke 5: He is a solid left center back. He used his body well to protect the ball and stop a late attack that could have been dangerous.

El-Mhanni 4: The third of three people on trial today. Probably didn’t get enough time to show what he could do.

Bouzanis, Abbey, Ehibhatiomhan, and Scott came in as subs.

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