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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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Germany won the shoot-out and Shilton told me the Germany manager, Franz Beckenbauer, had gone round all his players just beforehand and told each one whether to put it to the right or left.
2 The Terriers have been promoted from three of their four play-off finals, winning promotion in 1995, 2004 and 2012, with the latter two coming in penalty shoot-outs after goalless draws.
Here Record Sport takes a look at some of the domestic TV deals that are in place across other selected European nations: CASH POOR BUT SPOT ON AT SPOT-KICKS SPFL chiefs are claiming a world's first with the introduction of a bonus point for a penalty shoot-out win in the new League Cup format.
The Anfield boss admitted his team again committed far too many errors as they twice allowed Middlesbrough to come from behind and force a tense Capital One Cup shoot-out.
Holland had famously never won a penalty shoot-out so van Gaal had to try something to shift the psychological dynamic.
For example, most fans know that it's much better to take the opening kick in a shoot-out rather than go second - Lyttleton calculates that the odds are around 60:40 in favour of the team taking the first spot kick.
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.
Shearer, who scored 30 goals in 63 games for England, found the net in all three of his shoot-outs - against Germany and Spain in Euro '96 and Argentina in the World Cup two years later.
London, June 22 ( ANI ): England goalkeeper Joe Hart believes penalties are "lotteries" to winning soccer games and is aiming at penalty shoot-outs to pave way for the Three Lions to emerge victorious against Italy.
Mitchell then made the difference in the penalty shoot-out.
The wacky Dutch coach, currently in charge at Bayern Munich, wants to ditch penalty shoot-outs and switch to a battle of the gladiators.
The second reason is that I was playing with this system in Japan, and it was horrible when you had battled for two hours and you lost a game on a penalty shoot-out that you didn't deserve to lose.