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Can you still pass from a penalty kick nowadays?

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2010-03-16 17:57:56
2010-03-16 17:57:56

Yes you can, as long as the penalty kicker kicks it forward, even if only slightly forward, then another player may finish. Note: It would be equally likely that a defender could arrive first. The penalty kicker would not be allowed a second touch to prevent the interception.

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