Ipswich Town duo Kieffer Moore and Nathan Broadhead suffered heartbreak in Cardiff as Wales missed out on a spot at Euro 2024.

Rob Page's men needed to beat Poland to earn a spot in the group stages of the tournament, having beaten Finland 4-1 last week to reach the play-off final.

Moore started and played the entire match. He was busy throughout the game, threatening from set pieces and testing Poland goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.

His best chance came just four minutes into the second half as Neco Williams' free-kick found him inside the box, but his header was tipped over the bar. He also drew more fouls and won more aerial duels than anyone else on the pitch. 

Broadhead, on the other hand, was introduced in extra time, replacing David Brooks in the 112th minute of the match. He didn't have enough time to prevent the match from going to penalties, which was Wales' first professional shoot-out in their history.

Moore took their second penalty, with his powerful effort remarkably bouncing off the crossbar and over the line. However, with Poland scoring all five of their spot kicks, Daniel James had to convert to take it to sudden death.

The Leeds United winger was denied by Szczesny, who earned his side a place in the tournament in Germany. They'll compete in Group D with France, the Netherlands and Austria.

Georgia and Ukraine beat Greece and Iceland respectively to progress via the play-offs, completing the lineup for Euro 2024.

The match marks the end of the international break for Ipswich Town, with Jeremy Sarmiento and Cameron Burgess playing their final matches earlier this week.

Moore and Broadhead will return to Suffolk ahead of Friday's trip to Blackburn Rovers. Fellow Wales international Wes Burns missed out on his country's Euro 2024 qualifiers with a hamstring injury.