normal time


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normal time

n
(General Sporting Terms) sport the standard length of time allowed for a match before any extra time, such as injury time, is added
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13/8 A goal to be scored between 81 mins & end of normal time
Radzinski cancelled out Marlon King's earlier effort with four minutes left of normal time.
AN equaliser just seconds from the end of normal time rescued Ruthin and they cashed in on the reprieve by bagging the winner five minutes from the end of extra-time.
A separate, optional unit provides two-color, one-pass duplication and enables users to print multi-color documents in half the normal time.
16/1 Vieira to score from outside box in normal time
Lee made two excellent saves in normal time before keeping out Paul Shaw's decisive spot kick after the game had failed to produce a winner in 120 minutes.
Graham Phelan, Shaun Kay and Ian White touched down for Wirral in normal time with White converting the lot.
City keeper Steve Phillips saved James McFadden's penalty in normal time but Lita, 19, and Danny Coles missed in the shoot-out as Lee Carsley eventually put the Toffees through.
Flanker Nick Easter bagged a hat-trick of tries in normal time, and a late score from Simon Haughton gave Orrell a 34-29 lead in injury time.
Spain had already made their three substitutions when David Albelda, who had only come off the bench in the 71st minute, was forced out of the action at the end of normal time by injury.
If you cannot listen to the conference call at its normal time, there will be a replay available through February 19, 2002, which can be accessed by dialing 877-519-4471 (U.
The sides were level at the end of normal time 1-7 to 0-10 but then Wexford again took a four points lead in extra time.