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Did A Reading Player Take A Throw-In From Shadow Line, Rather Than Actual Line?

Did A Reading Player Take A Throw-In From Shadow Line, Rather Than Actual Line?

If you didn't watch Cardiff vs. Reading, this afternoon, then you would have missed a comical moment involving a Reading player regarding a throw-in.

Sunday saw the final round of games in the Championship. And there was plenty to play for; automatic spots, play-off places and the battle to avoid the drop to League One.

Cardiff secured promotion to the Premier League, while Derby booked a play-off place with Barnsley and Burton Albion relegated to England's third tier.

But Sky camera's were at Cardiff City Stadium.

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And during the game, in the first-half with the sun blazing in the Welsh capital, Reading's Chris Gunter appeared to take a throw-in from the shadow line rather than the actual touch line.

No one noticed it including referee Bobby Madley.

This is brilliant.

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Image: Sky Sports
Image: Sky Sports

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Needless to say, it sent social media into overdrive:

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