We’ve had a shorter gap between Tweetses of the Weekses thanks to the late one last week, so there are fewer talking points to cover with tweets. But the most important is that we beat Cardiff on penalties and they hate us for it.
All we can do is laugh.
I’ve rewatched this so many times and I’m still both delighted and confused.
It’s weird how Cardiff have never had any real sort of rivalry with Reading, but over the course of two games in close succession and a third tomorrow, a lot of spite has built up, on and off the pitch. How quickly they became the best of enemies— Scott Johnson (@roathboy) February 3, 2020
The dawn of a new era.
I’ve hated them since the play offs a few years back. I think it was a Shane Long chip?— Liam Davies (@LiamDavies6) February 4, 2020
moments leading to disaster pic.twitter.com/4P9GN5Mmhw— Matheus de Andrade (@maffff) February 4, 2020
Hated them since 2008 when 11 year old me in the away end at the Madejski had to watch Adam Federici (goalkeeper) score a 96th minute Boxing Day equaliser— super Sol (@blxebirds) February 4, 2020
Reading aren’t good either ...— Joe Rees (@JoeRees98) February 4, 2020
Aluko and McCleary stripped and warming up here. Looks like it’ll be a double switch at the break. #readingfc— Matt Joy (@MattJoy96) February 4, 2020
It’s as if Bowen was trolling the fanbase with this double substitution. (But it worked.)
Ah just the substitutions we need! https://t.co/sKGGzcCQS8— charlie (@dingcharlie_) February 4, 2020
Liam Kelly is back in England and playing for *xf*rd. He scored this. But thankfully they still lost.
Sone Aluko. Nothing will surprise us now.
We are really just going to play Cardiff for eternity now aren't we?— Mike Servedio (@MikeServedio) February 4, 2020
In a moment of pure joy, we suddenly realised the Reading-Cardiff games would continue for that little longer.
Full time. Penalties it is and I'm semi-convinced that I'm going to be watching Cardiff vs Reading for the remainder of my days. #readingfc— Matt Joy (@MattJoy96) February 4, 2020
I mean, it had to be him, didn’t it?
And with that the Reading vs Cardiff saga ends. In the best possible way— The Tilehurst End (@TheTilehurstEnd) February 4, 2020
"We have been the better team in all three games with Reading and haven't won any of them."— ElmParkRoyals (@ElmParkRoyals) February 5, 2020
Neil Harris. Love it pic.twitter.com/HcWz4icEu7
Inject this into my veins.
Hugely commendable effort and output from Meite.
Cor, mindblowing sums of money, that.
And this is a mindblowingly great offer.