Reading player apologises for penalty miss and it is as heartbreaking as you'd expect it to be
Liam Moore missed a penalty in the play-off final on Monday.
The match between Reading and Huddersfield finished 0-0 and the Yorkshire club went on to win 4-3 in a penalty shootout, and are expected the make something in the region of £170m due to the massive amount of revenue that is involved with the Premier League.
After the game, Moore took to Twitter to apologise to fans for his miss in 'the most valuable game in football'.
In his post, Moore's disappointment was clear. His ambition to improve for next season is admirable and the message to his team-mate and friend, Obita, is also commendable.
— Liam Moore (@liammoore93) May 29, 2017
Next season will be Huddersfield's first in the Premier League.