Undoubtedly, it was a night of fulfillment at the Wembley Stadium. Huddersfield Town FC and American manager David Wagner are heading into the english premier league for the first-time ever in the club's history. Following a 0-0 goalless draw through 121 minutes of the encounter, Huddersfield Town eventually “out lasted” Reading FC to triumph 4-3 in an ensued penalty shootouts on Monday night.

The playoff victory automatically sends Huddersfield Town to the English top flight league next season, where they'll join the likes of Brighton & Hove Albion and Newcastle United as the promoted clubs for the 2017-18 EPL season.

Danny Williams missed his spot kick

The 121 minutes field of play actions were justly “tepid,” but the ensued penalty shootouts provided relatively plenty of tremulous moments. Both teams fired in accurately in their opening spot kicks before American international midfielder Danny Williams fired wide his penalty-kick to put Reading FC ahead in the contest. Michael Hefele missed his second shot for Huddersfield Town, giving Reading FC a comeback advantage.

Schindler made it right for the Terriers

Reading's comeback advantage only lasted until the fourth spot kick when Liam Moore “skyrocketed” his shot to put Huddersfield Town FC back in contention. Aaron Moore slotted his spot kick to tie up the penalty score line before Jordan Obita saw-off Reading FC's fifth penalty-kick saved by Huddersfield goalkeeper Danny Ward.

The Terriers defender Christopher Schindler stepped-up and calmly placed home his spot kick into the left-side of the net, sending Huddersfield Town Football Club to its first ever English Premier League spot for 2017-18 season.

The match was fairly physical

Apparently, regulating proved “typical” for a promotion playoff final, as both clubs face-off the encounter “tentative.” The both sides played largely not to decline in their performance and fervently barricaded their backlines not to concede any soft goals throughout the encounter.

Overall, both sides registered three-shots on goal throughout a balanced and fairly “physical” encounter on Monday night at the Wembley Stadium.

Wagner makes history

Ultimately, one club had to be promoted, and astonishingly it was Huddersfield Town Football Club that ultimately triumph in the ensued penalty shootouts, securing a place in next season's English Premiership while shattering the hearts of Reading FC and American midfielder Danny Williams.

For David Wagner, he's now the second American to coach an English top flight club, after Bob Bradley, who coached Swansea City but was later sacked less than three months following a poor run of form on December 27, 2016.