Being sat in a exec box bang on the 18 yard line I can say with all certainty that the standard of crosses (both sides) in the 2nd was pish poor. Either floated in or hit too close to the gk or hit the first man or over hit etc.
On the rare occasion we did get a decent cross in, we didn't win a single header ( no Murf, Best, pitman etc.) so who is expected to win these crosses?
their phone in was interesting. Most Reading fans thought they were lucky. Don't partially like the style ( pass, pass , pass. Sideways and back) thought the ref was "a homer" and one described him as a "Nob" which was quite funny.
Generally thought they were lucky but of course it's all about winning.
Also the standard of caller / interviewee ( they interview fans at the ground straight afterwards ) was much higher than BBC RS but the bar is not set too high in that respect