Tony Mowbray noticed Sunderland win for the second time in three video games in cost thanks to a few wonderful staff objectives at Studying.
A poor first half got here to life when Patrick Roberts scored twice in just below two minutes shortly earlier than the break after two spectacular counterattacks.
The Black Cats sealed victory with one other excellent passing transfer which noticed Jack Clarke end with a assured strike halfway via the second half.
Clarke ought to have made it 4-0, however he lifted an effort away from the far put up after being handed by Amad Diallo 9 minutes from time.
The victory places Sunderland again within the play-offs after Bristol Metropolis’s defeat at Norwich, whereas Studying stay fourth.
Sunderland dominated the primary possession however neither staff created a big likelihood till Ellis Simms deflected an effort over the bar after wonderful build-up play whereas Studying’s Mamadou Loum managed the primary effort of the sport after 34 minutes with a tamed header. from a nook.
The guests’ activity was apparently made harder when Simms was compelled to go away with a foot downside – including to new boss Tony Mowbray’s damage issues in assault with Ross Stewart already out for six weeks with a hamstring damage.
However Mowbray’s males responded beautifully as Roberts calmly curled a low left-footed effort into the underside nook after being launched on the best wing by Elliot Embleton following an assault that began on the fringe of their very own penalty space of 18 meters.
Simply 114 seconds later, Roberts utilized an analogous end after beating a defender as he capped one other fluid assault from inside his personal half.
Sunderland’s third purpose was even higher as a seven cross transfer that began inside their very own space and included two deft flicks, ended with Dan Neil’s completely weighted low cross discovering Clarke sweeping the home with the best foot.
Studying not often troubled the guests – a tame effort from Tom Ince simply earlier than the break and off-target photographs from Tyrese Fornah and Yakou Meite shortly after the third purpose had been all they might muster.
Studying supervisor Paul Ince instructed BBC Radio Berkshire:
“It was robust since you have a look at a staff that’s usually robust at house, usually aggressive and forward-thinking, they usually weren’t, they had been the exact opposite.
“They seemed drained, they seemed like they might by no means be part of the Sunderland gamers and after they arrived it was too late.
“We misplaced the ball, we seemed nervous and we by no means actually seemed like we had been going to win the sport. Due to Sunderland, they got here and performed some good things, seemed assured, however we We had been the other of what now we have been within the final 4 house video games, which is disappointing.
“In a perverse approach, I am glad we bought overwhelmed, as a result of possibly that places everybody on the bottom and understands that we began nicely, however all this speak about play-offs and promotion and all That after 9 video games, it brings us right down to earth.”
Sunderland supervisor Tony Mowbray instructed BBC Radio Newcastle:
“I feel we managed the sport tonight with the ball quite than physicality.
“I talked this week about folks needing to step in and we have to rating objectives somewhere else, and Patrick grabbed that nettle and did it for us.
“The third purpose, wow what a purpose it was, a superb one contact cross to the face and good, intelligent play from Jack.
“It was a great efficiency, and even regardless of their house file, which was unblemished this season, we thought if everybody did the fundamentals proper, we may win tonight.”
- 4HutchinsonChanged byMeityat 65′minutes
- 17yiadomBooked at 71 minutes
- 22LoumChanged byBabaat 45′minutes
- 9Lucas JoãoChanged byCraigat 85′minutes
- 18Guinness Walker
- 42Mattress padBooked at 62 minutes
- 4EvansChanged byDumpsterat 82′minutes
- tenRobertChanged byDialloat 74′minutes
- 21PritchardChanged byMy headat 74′minutes
- 9simsChanged byEmbletonat 37′minutes
- 27My head
- Matt Donohue
Reside Textual content
Sport ends, Studying 0, Sunderland 3.
Second Half ends, Studying 0, Sunderland 3.
Jewison Bennette (Sunderland) wins a free kick on the left wing.
Foul by Junior Hoilett (Studying).
Studying nook. Nook conceded by Ajibola Alese.
Foul by Daniel Neil (Sunderland).
Junior Hoilett (Studying) wins a free kick within the defensive half.
Jay Matete (Sunderland) wins a free kick within the attacking half.
Foul by Michael Craig (Studying).
Handball by Tom Ince (Studying).
Offside, Sunderland. Jay Matete tries a via ball, however Elliot Embleton is caught offside.
Nook, Sunderland. Nook conceded by Thomas Holmes.
Nook, Sunderland. Nook conceded by Joe Lumley.
Try saved. Jewison Bennette (Sunderland) left footed shot from the left facet of the six yard field sees his shot blocked. Assisted by Amad Diallo.
Substitute, Studying. Michael Craig replaces Lucas João.
Failed try. Junior Hoilett (Studying) proper footed shot from the left facet of the six yard field is excessive and large to the best. Assisted by Lucas João from a nook.
Studying nook. Nook conceded by Lynden Gooch.
Foul by Jewison Bennette (Sunderland).
Thomas Holmes (Studying) wins a free kick within the defensive half.
Substitute, Sunderland. Jewison Bennette replaces Corry Evans.