Fulham 1 Reading 1: Cairney levels tense play-off tie

Fulham 1 Reading 1: Cairney levels tense play-off tie

Fulham 1 Reading 1: Cairney levels tense play-off tie

The last 10 games or so we have been playing the style that the gaffer wants, and beating most teams.

Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney is confident that the Whites will finish the job and reach Wembley for the play-off final having drawn their play-off semi-final first leg 1-1 with Reading, as reports Get West London.

Stam added: "I've seen it back, he hits the player, but he doesn't do that on objective. Home advantage doesn't guarantee anything, we will have to work hard".

And Reading had to survive the last 10 minutes with 10 men after McShane was dismissed for a high challenge on Kevin McDonald. Tuesday is very close.

They did manage to reclaim parity with a goal from Tom Cairney after falling behind to a Jordan Obita strike, but the lead they craved eluded them.

"Obita twisted his ankle so we have to have a look at that".

There is no doubt that they do have an array of talent throughout the squad with the likes of Liam Moore, Gareth McCleary, Yann Kermorgrant and Jordan Swift, just to name a few. McShane won a tackle on the half-way line - cleanly despite the home fans' objections - and made ground through midfield before finding Obita out on the left.

There was an immediate response from Fulham and they were level in the 65th minute.

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However, they could not force a victor and manager Slavisa Jokanovic admitted: "We can't be completely satisfied".

Scott Malone's cross was palmed out by Ali Al Habsi straight onto the head of Cairney, who nodded into an unguarded net for his 13th goal of the season.

"I'm not scared about the situation, that's football and yes there's potential for a penalty shoot-out, but there's one game in front of us and that's all".

"They need to score, we need to score, so it's going to be a very interesting game between two sides battling against each other".

Jaap Stam was positive after the game and told the official club website, "Of course, you want to win your games, but coming over here is not the easiest of games".

"Reading put us in a complicated situation (in the first leg) and we didn't find enough space for our combinations and we didn't move the ball with enough pace". We had many chances but we were not clinical enough, but I didn't expect to win 5-0 like we did in December.

So, onto Tuesday night.

The Dutchman insisted: "I think it's a normal approach".

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