golden goal


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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 'Golden Goal' rule was in operation in extra-time and Dunny got the winner in front of 5,738 fans.
Almoreb, who had been backed at a high of 110, was still outsider of the pair when the photo betting opened with Golden Goal trading around 1.5, but the market called it wrong.
Golden goal ensued, with the Kookaburras having three chances to end the game in the first half of sudden death.
"Golden goal is a horrific way to go out," said Leah Wilkinson, who was the only Welsh player to score a penalty flick.
FIFA will consider scrapping extra time at World Cups or reviving the 'golden goal' rule, the organisation's president Sepp Blatter has announced.
"To prevent this, we could go directly to a penalty shootout at full time, or reintroduce the golden goal rule."
Summary: Emirates Palace presents the unique Golden Goal World 3D Football Lounge from 11 June to 11 July.
Hell piled on the pressure and they played like men possessed, The remainder of the first half, Heaven struggled second best, A golden goal would win it, and Hell went in for the kill, When the whistle blew for half-time it was still 0-0.
Jane Sixsmith ended her long and sparkling league and international career on a sad note yesterday as her team Sutton Coldfield were relegated from the Slazenger England League Premier Division following a golden goal defeat by Clifton in the play-offs at Wakefield.
Under 10: Brinklow 0 South Wigston 1 (golden goal).
Shotton Comrades gained a rare win in the Craven Cup with a golden goal from Alan Scott at Evenwood Town who led through Steve Houlahan before Scott took the tie into extra time.
However, in a real ding-dong battle of a game it took a golden goal winner from Charlie Robinson in the second period of extra-time to go through.