Reading come from behind against Everton to record their first Premier League victory of the season, which sees them climb out of the relegation zone.
Reading came from behind against Everton this afternoon to record their first Premier League victory of the season.
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Adam le Fondre's second-half brace gave the Royals all three points, which moves them out of the relegation zone, after Steven Naismith had put the Toffees in front early on.
Everton dominated the first half and led at half-time, courtesy of Naismith's close-range finish which punished Jobi McAnuff's poor miskick.
The hosts improved dramatically after the break and pulled level on 51 minutes, when Le Fondre headed home Nicky Shorey's whipped left-foot cross.
Le Fondre completed the turnaround 11 minutes from time, when he converted from the penalty spot after he had been brought down by Seamus Coleman.
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