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4 February 2015

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Subscribers to Reading FC Player can watch nine minutes worth of highlights from the U21s’ extra-time victory over Huddersfield Town in the Premier League Cup yesterday afternoon.

With the cagey tie stuck at deadlock and looking destined for penalties, Jack Stacey curled home a 119th minute winner to send Reading into the semi finals of the tournament that they won last season.

Fans wishing to see the goal can watch it as part of the extended highlights on Player or, alternatively, can click below to view it on the club’s official YouTube channel.



Also available via YouTube, are multi-angle videos of Pavel Pogrebnyak’s and Nathaniel Chalobah’s goals for the first team against Sheffield Wednesday last weekend.

Russian striker Pogrebnyak rose highest to power home Stephen Kelly’s inviting cross after half an hour, with Chelsea loanee Chalobah completing the scoring with a crisp strike nine minutes later.





Both goals benefit from three separate camera angles and that includes the club’s GoPro camera, which is positioned behind the goal at every first team match.

Over 16 minutes worth of extended highlights, which also benefit from the use of three cameras, are available to view from the weekend’s victory over Sheffield Wednesday on Player.

As well as the two decisive goals, the package shows in-depth replays of Garath McCleary’s wrongly disallowed goal, and the second half penalty won by Pogrebnyak.

Elsewhere on YouTube, there is a video round-up of the Royals trio out on at Football League clubs - Aaron Tshibola, Craig Tanner and Dominic Samuel.



Royals fans can subscribe to Reading FC Player by clicking here. Subscribers will benefit from exclusive, weekly video content and can also tune in to live radio commentary of every Reading match of the season – both home and away – on desktop computers, laptops, tablets and mobile devices.

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