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Top Display From The Latics - More To Follow

Top Display From The Latics - More To Follow




Fantastic display from the Latics this afternoon to demolish Reading.

The three nil score line didn't do the Latics justice as they swept away the visitors with a top drawer display with three quality goals from Jordi Gomez, Marytn Waghorn and Callum McManaman.

A blistering display from Roger Espinoza as the Honduras international made his first start, or appearance for seven weeks following a hernia operation.

Simply buzzing as the playoffs fast approach, full match report tomorrow.

Teams:

Latics - Al Habsi, Maloney (Fortune, 72), Gomez, McManaman, McArthur, Boyce, Espinoza (Collison, 84), Beausejour, Perch, Barnett, Waghorn (Powell, 73).
Unused subs - Carson, McClean, Maynard, Kiernan.

Reading - McCarthy, Gunter, Obita, Pearce, Morrison, Akpan, Hector, Williams (Robson-Kanu, 54), McCleary (Le Fondre, 84), McAnuff (Blackman, 54), Pogrebnyak.
Unused subs - Federici, Cummings, Gorkss, Drenthe.

Attendance - 14,609 - 655 away fans

Gomez, Waghorn and McManaman celebrate the fact that they all scored

By permission of Bernard Platt/Wigan Athletic









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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Friday April 18 2014
Time: 11:23PM

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Great game from the lads, brilliant stuff
worbo
18/04/2014 23:26:00
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