Sigurdsson on target in Royals win

Reading came from behind to claim a 2-1 victory over a determined Wycombe outfit at Adams Park.

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Sigurdsson: Scored for Reading

Sigurdsson: Scored for Reading

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The hosts took an eighth-minute lead after Jon-Paul Pittman side-footed the ball under Adam Federici, though Gylfi Sigurdsson levelled matters from the spot when Jodi McAnuff was fouled by Matt McClure after 65 minutes.

Sigurdsson missed a second penalty soon after when he was tripped by Alan Bennett, though Hal-Robson Kanu spared the Icelander's blushes by scoring the winner 12 minutes from time with a close-range finish.

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