READING FC ensured that they came from behind to take three points against Bolton Wanderers with goals from Charlie Savage and Caylan Vickers.
The fans showed their frustrations with club owner Dai Yongge with another protest to try and urge him to sell the club.
In the 16th minute of the match, Reading fans threw tennis balls onto the pitch while they voiced their thoughts on the owner.
Reading fell behind after a brilliantly taken goal from Dion Charles as Bolton missed a host of chances to extend their lead before the break.
The Royals came out fighting in the second-half and eventually got level thanks to a super strike from Savage that kissed the post on its way in.
The turnaround was complete for Ruben Selles’ side when academy graduate Vickers snuck in front of the Wanderers defenders at the front post to turn in Amadou Mbengue’s cross.
The win means that Reading moved onto five points having already been deducted four points this season due to financial misdemeanors.
The Royals are in 21st position heading into their weekend away match at Blackpool, but before that they face current League One leaders Exeter City in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday night.