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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Multan boys showed more accuracy in the penalty shoot-outs and converted all of their five kicks into goals.
At this year's games, I witnessed more penalty shoot-outs, late game heroics and dramatic finishes than in the previous Cup.
The decision to revert back to the original penalty shoot-out format was not explained, while the absence of seeding brings the competition in line with the FA Cup, as does the VAR experiment.
We have won four penalty shoot-outs in all competitions this season.
Devils are still unbeaten in Elite League regulation time this season, but have lost penalty shoot-outs against Sheffield Steelers and Braehead Clan to let vital points slip away.
With both teams failing to add to their regular time goals, the match was decided through the penalty shoot-outs from which Sitra Butchery capitalised on their both kicks by Aref Hussain and Yaqoub Ishaq.
We are the only team to have won more than one penalty shoot-out in the play-offs since their inception, winning five in total.
Clearly the physical exertion of playing 120 minutes, followed by the emotional expenditure of a penalty shoot-out, is too much for players to bounce back from.
The first time England took part in a penalty shoot-out was the 1990 World Cup semis in Italy.
Some people regard penalty shoot-outs as an unfair way of deciding a game, while others will argue that they can be exciting.
Holland had crashed out of the last three European Championships and the 1998 World Cup on penalty shoot-outs.
It was England's first World Cup penalty shoot-out. Germany had won their previous two.