English nPower Championship Playoff Final 2011: Swansea Score Again, 3-0 After Stephen Dobbie Strike

3-0 Swansea and that's got to be game over, despite Reading seemingly able to carve through the Swansea defence like butter. Dorus de Vries has been making an absolute mess of things all match, and he has to rely on his back line to scramble clear after mishandling a pair for crosses (scrambling being the best wortd for what Swansea have been doing all match), but he will be remarkably unconcerned with a poor performance as he sees his side go yet further ahead.

A low cross from the right led to the Swans' second goal, and it Swansea strike there again, with Nathan Dyer's delivery deflected into the path of Stephen Dobbie, who is all alone and making a late run into the box. His assured first time finish leaves Adam Federici absolutely helpless, and probably puts Reading out for the count. Crazy scenes at Wembley. Oh, and Jobi McAnuff was booked just prior to the goal thanks for a nasty foul on Leon Britton.

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