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golden goal

Soccer (in certain matches) the first goal scored in extra time, which wins the match for the side scoring it
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The new safety logo will be used as part of the Golden Goals Safety Campaign to be launched next month.
Uefa believe it will also ease some pressure on the referee and avoid some of the negative football created by the golden goal rule.
Liverpool won the 2001 Uefa Cup with a golden goal against Alaves - an own goal by Delfi Geli.
They edged past Treherbert Boys Club 2-1 in the semi-final and saw off Newport side Lliswerry by the same score in the final - Liam Brown getting the golden goal in both matches.
They won the final against Newport team Bassaleg with a golden goal from Barry Taylor in the closing moments of extra-time.
Having beaten Cardiff Pentwyn in the semi-finals, Georgetown won through efforts from Aaron Lewis and Calum Hassett - the latter's being the all important golden goal.
If any teams are level after 90 minutes in the second-round knockout stage, the golden goal will apply.
Soccer Golden Goals, Quaker is encouraging kids to share in the fun and excitement of soccer, which helps teach good sportsmanship and teamwork skills.
Soccer Golden Goals is a great-tasting cereal with seven essential vitamins and minerals.
Under the golden goals rule the team that scores the first goal in extra time wins the match.