Tony Mowbray noticed Sunderland win for the second time in his three video games in cost thanks to 3 glorious staff objectives at Studying.
A poor first half got here to life when Patrick Roberts scored twice in just below two minutes shortly earlier than the break after two spectacular counter-attacks.
The Black Cats sealed the win with one other excellent passing transfer which noticed Jack Clarke end with a assured strike halfway by the second half.
Clarke ought to have made it 4-0 however he lifted an effort vast of the far put up after being put by by Amad Diallo with 9 minutes left.
The win strikes Sunderland again into the play-off locations after Bristol Metropolis misplaced at Norwich, whereas Studying stay in fourth place.
Sunderland dominated the early possession however neither aspect created any type of significant likelihood till Ellis Simms had an effort deflected excessive over the bar after some nice build-up play whereas Studying’s Mamadou Loum had the sport’s first effort on track after 34 minutes with a tame header from a nook.
The guests’ process was seemingly made more durable when Simms was pressured off with a foot drawback – including to new boss Tony Mowbray’s damage points in assault with Ross Stewart already out for six weeks with a thigh damage.
However Mowbray’s males responded fantastically as Roberts calmly curled a low left-footed effort into the underside nook after being let loose down the proper wing by Elliot Embleton following an assault that started on the sting of their very own 18-yard field.
Simply 114 seconds later Roberts utilized an analogous end having overwhelmed a defender as he capped off one other flowing assault from inside their very own half.
Sunderland’s third objective was even higher as a seven-pass transfer which started inside their very own space, and included two deft flicks, ended with Dan Neil’s completely weighted low cross discovering Clarke who swept residence right-footed.
Studying not often troubled the guests – a tame Tom Ince effort simply earlier than the break and off-target pictures from Tyrese Fornah and Yakou Meite shortly after the third objective have been all they might muster.
Studying supervisor Paul Ince instructed BBC Radio Berkshire:
“It was powerful since you’re watching a staff that is usually sturdy at residence, usually aggressive and on the entrance foot, and so they weren’t, they have been utterly the alternative.
“They seemed drained, they seemed like they might by no means get to the Sunderland gamers and after they received there it was too late.
“We misplaced possession, we seemed nervous, and by no means actually seemed like profitable the sport. Credit score to Sunderland, they got here and performed some great things, seemed assured, however we have been the alternative of what we have been for the final 4 residence video games , which is disappointing.
“In a perverse method I am glad we have got overwhelmed, as a result of perhaps it places everybody’s toes on the bottom and perceive that we have began off nicely, however all this speak about play-offs and promotion and all that after 9 video games , this brings us again all the way down to earth.”
Sunderland supervisor Tony Mowbray instructed BBC Radio Newcastle:
“I believe we managed the sport tonight with the ball moderately than with physicality.
“I’ve talked this week about folks having to step up and we’ve to attain objectives from completely different locations, and Patrick grasped that nettle and did simply that for us.
“The third objective, wow what a objective that was, a superb one-touch go throughout the face and clever, intelligent play from Jack.
“It was a very good efficiency, and even regardless of their residence file, which was unblemished this season, we believed that if all people did the fundamentals nicely we might win tonight.”
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Match ends, Studying 0, Sunderland 3.
Second Half ends, Studying 0, Sunderland 3.
Jewison Bennette (Sunderland) wins a free kick on the left wing.
Foul by Junior Hoilett (Studying).
Nook, Studying. Conceded by Ajibola Alese.
Foul by Daniel Neil (Sunderland).
Junior Hoilett (Studying) wins a free kick within the defensive half.
Jay Matete (Sunderland) wins a free kick within the attacking half.
Foul by Michael Craig (Studying).
Handball by Tom Ince (Studying).
Offside, Sunderland. Jay Matete tries a by ball, however Elliot Embleton is caught offside.
Nook, Sunderland. Conceded by Thomas Holmes.
Nook, Sunderland. Conceded by Joe Lumley.
Try saved. Jewison Bennette (Sunderland) left footed shot from the left aspect of the field is saved within the backside left nook. Assisted by Amad Diallo.
Substitution, Studying. Michael Craig replaces Lucas João.
Try missed. Junior Hoilett (Studying) proper footed shot from the left aspect of the field is excessive and vast to the proper. Assisted by Lucas João following a nook.
Nook, Studying. Conceded by Lynden Gooch.
Foul by Jewison Bennett (Sunderland).
Thomas Holmes (Studying) wins a free kick within the defensive half.
Substitution, Sunderland. Jewison Bennett replaces Corry Evans.