Norwich City’s run of eight successive wins ended on Wednesday as they were held at home to Reading.
Meite opened the scoring for the visitors in the first-half, but goals from Ben Godfrey and Christoph Zimmermann then turned it around in the 86th and 88th minute.
However, Norwich failed to clear the ball and Reading equalised in the 97th minute to claim a point.
Here is how we rated the Norwich players after the game…
Tim Krul: 5
Could have done better for the first goal. Made no saves.
Max Aarons: 7
Looked good going forward and wasn’t troubled defensively.
Ben Godfrey: 7
Should have been tighter to Meite for the first-goal, but scored a cracking goal to make it 1-1.
Christoph Zimmermann: 8
Superb display from the German. Made two or three exceptional tackles and scored a great header to make it 2-1.
Jamal Lewis: 5
Possibly his worst performance of the season. Struggled defensively and his crosses were abysmal.
Tom Trybull: 8
Trybull bossed the midfield, yet again, but the loss of Emi Buendia meant Norwich failed to capitalise on how many times Trybull won the ball back.
Kenny McLean: 6
Did set up Zimmermann’s goal with a good corner, but was far too wasteful throughout the game. So many misplaced passes and poor set-pieces.
Todd Cantwell: 5
Replaced the suspended Buendia, but failed to take his chance. Was far too safe on the ball and often didn’t offer an option for Aarons down the right, resulting in the play stagnating and giving Reading the chance to reset.
Marco Stiepermann: 4
Dreadful pass in the build-up to Reading’s opener and often tried to be too clever on the ball.
Onel Hernandez: 6
Was always a threat and tested Martinez with a good strike in the first-half.
Teemu Pukki: 6
Should have won a penalty in the second-half, but did miss a good chance early on.
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