penalty shoot-out


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penalty shoot-out

Soccer a method of deciding the winner of a drawn match, in which players from each team attempt to score with a penalty kick
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Goodison Park proudly staged European club football's first ever penalty shoot-out - a European Cup decider in 1970 where Everton knocked out Borussia Moenchangladbach.
In six penalty shoot-outs in their history, the Germans have only missed two kicks - the last by Uli Stielike back in the 1982 World Cup semi-final.
GARY NEVILLE has admitted England will have to overcome their appalling record in penalty shoot-outs if they are to win the World Cup this summer.
This is one of seven competitive penalty shoot-outs United have lost since 1970-71.
They say keepers are in a win-win situation in penalty shoot-outs.
Penalty shoot-outs are exciting in tournaments but not week-in and week-out.
Of course, a penalty shoot-out will only occur if the scores are level at 1-1 after 90 minutes and if extra time fails to reap a further goal.
And it's easy to see why as United have never won a penalty shoot-out in a major competition.
He even had his players practice spot-kicks after each training session and after the friendly against Slovakia prior to the tournament to end the curse of England in penalty shoot-outs.
The idea is that after every game,no matter what the result, a penalty shoot-out would be held between the two teams.
If England do somehow march onto the quarter-finals and beyond - when the prospect of a penalty shoot-out becomes increasingly likely, be afraid.
It was England's first World Cup penalty shoot-out.