After an absolutely dreadful first half, Reading are on the verge of an absolutely unbelievable comeback, as they have scored two goals in the second half, both off corner kicks, to bring their once 3-0 deficit down to 3-2. While the first goal was created by a combination of poor marking and creative set piece play, this one was an old-school goal.
The corner was swung into the far post in the 57th minute and the captain Matt Mills out-jumped everyone, getting to the ball at a very high point. He hit a powerful header into the back of the net and just like that, Reading are very much back in the tie.
Just moments earlier, Stephen Dobbie missed an absolute sitter on the other end. After beating three defenders during a counter-attack, Dobbie was one-on-one with the goalkeeper with Scott Sinclair supporting behind him. He could have easily scored or laid off the ball for Sinclair, but instead screwed his shot well wide of the goal - so much so that it almost went out for a throw-in. Just moments after the Reading goal, Jem Karacan struck the post with a great shot, and an attempt on the rebound was saved. It's absolute madness right now at Wembley Stadium, and it would be surprising to see the game end 3-2.