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How many corners in a football game?


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Answered 2011-01-28 15:01:25

A football pitch has 4 corners but, as for how many corners are taken during a game there's no set amount and can vary wildly depending on the teams who're playing and on how the match flows. The average number of corners per game is apparently around 11 though.

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