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Is it true is American soccer both in mls and in college games if its a tie after 90 mins a sudden death penalty comp settles it?

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2008-03-11 17:14:10
2008-03-11 17:14:10

Well, yes and no. After 90 minutes is up there are two choices. They either go into extra time which is when you have two 15 minute halves and whoever has the most points at the end of extra time wins, or you have a penalty shoot out, ( which by the way the players hate). On a penalty shoot out it starts with 5 players. You shoot from the penalty line in front of the goal. Each team gets 5 shots. Lets say one team makes 4 of the 5 and the other makes 3. Than the one that made 4 wins. If both teams have the same amount after the first 5 shots then they have another 5 until someone finally wins. Usually they do extra time then do the penalty shoot-out. I'm sure the players that miss or have there shot blocked on a penalty shoot out want to hurt themselves.

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