UPDATE: Distraught Perth Glory midfielder Liam Miller last night spoke about the contentious penalty decision which destroyed his side's chances in the Hyundai A-League grand final at Suncorp Stadium yesterday.
Brisbane Roar's Albanian striker Besart Berisha, under pressure from Miller, went to ground after taking an air shot - only for referee Jarred Gillett to award the home side a decisive penalty just seconds from the final whistle.
Berisha scored from the spot to secure a 2-1 win for the Roar as they became the first side to clinch back-to-back A-League titles.
"I'm devastated. In my opinion, any contact with him wasn't enough for him to fall over and get a penalty," Irishman Miller told thewest.com.au.
The former Celtic and Manchester United playmaker joined most of his teammates in the Tinbilly Travellers pub after the game as a way of saying thank you to the hundreds of Glory fans who had flown over to cheer the side on.