Sawyers scored a late goal to give Cardiff a 1-0 victory in their relegation battle with Reading. This move took them five points clear of the bottom three.

After a frustrating first half, Cardiff came out fighting in the second and should have taken the lead at halftime. Mark McGuinness was shown a yellow card for lunging on Amadou Mbengue, but that didn’t alter the outcome of the match.


Romaine Sawyers’ goal gave Cardiff their first home win in 111 days, as they defeated Reading 1-0 at Cardiff City Stadium. This is their third win under new manager Sabri Lamouchi and moves them five points clear of the relegation zone.

He may appear to be a selfish and arrogant loner, but in truth Sawyer has deep emotional scars from his mother’s betrayal by an unscrupulous con man who took advantage of her. Despite these hardships, Sawyer remains determined to make something happen for himself.

Throughout the series, Sawyer attempts to be a selfless bad boy but is frequently betrayed by his friends. Additionally, he has an more sensitive side which is shown through flashbacks.

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Romaine Sawyers scored the opening goal for Cardiff City against Reading at Cardiff City Stadium, giving the Bluebirds their first home win in 111 days and helping Sabri Lamouchi reach five points clear of relegation danger.

Sawyers was an integral player throughout the match, providing crucial assists to teammates including his teammate Rodrigo Alves who scored two goals.

Additionally, he contributed to his teammates’ play by making great passes and aiding them out of tight spots.

Sawyers’ goal involvement rate of 0.2 per 90 minutes puts him in the top 50% of Championship players, meaning he should get plenty of chances to score goals in most matches. Furthermore, his total goal-contribution (goals + assists) stands at an impressive 3 goals and 3 assists.


Cardiff City achieved their first home win in 111 days when Romaine Sawyers scored with an incredible 91st-minute goal to beat Reading 1-0 and boost survival hopes. This move took Sabri Lamouchi’s men five points clear of the bottom three, though two more games remain to be played.

The Bluebirds sought their first home win since October 29 as they struggled for survival in the Premier League. As they chased for a breakthrough, two shots on target struck the woodwork twice – once in 74th and once in 77th minutes.

Paul Ince’s side began to look more dangerous in the second half, yet they struggled to establish a passing game. Their keeper Joe Lumley had to save two chances when Sheyi Ojo curled a shot from 20 yards wide of the right-hand corner and Callum Robinson hit against the bar.


Romaine Sawyers’ heroics earned Cardiff City their first home win in 111 days as they edged Reading 1-0. It was Sabri Lamouchi’s second consecutive victory and moved them five points clear of relegation danger zone.

Established in 1899 as Riverside AFC, Cardiff City changed their name to that of their rival in 1908. They entered the Championship – English football’s second tier – that year and have won 17 league titles as well as two FA Cups since then.

Their home kit has been blue and white throughout most of their history, earning them the nickname ‘The Bluebirds’. Additionally, the badge features the red dragon which is symbolic of Wales as its national emblem.

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