stoppage time


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stoppage time

n.
In soccer, playing time added at the discretion of the referee after regulation play has ended to compensate for stoppages in play caused by injuries, substitutions, or other interruptions. Also called injury time.

stoppage time

n
(General Sporting Terms) sport another name for injury time
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That looked set to keep Luton in pole position but, three minutes into stoppage time, Accrington's leading scorer Kee produced a fine finish to clinch a 2-1 win for the visitors.
Bellerin made sure Arsenal earned the point they deserved, however, with a sublime half-volley in the second minute of stoppage time.
Schrock wriggled free from a tight Kaya defense before finding the bottom corner in the third minute of second half stoppage time as the Busmen grabbed a slim lead heading into the second leg at Panaad Stadium in Bacolod on Saturday.
So underwhelming was this encounter that fans seemed more excited about paper planes landing on the pitch, with England offering precious little to shout about until captain Kane directed home to secure a stodgy 1-0 win in stoppage time.
Mogga's side were cruising after Gary O'Neil fired home a dead ball rocket but then they were rocked as Shaun Harrad clawed one back out of the blue with an overhead kick then in stoppage time a free-kick hit Matty Bates and bounced kindly for the alert striker to stab home a second to claim victory.
The Spurs striker was delighted to net as he captained England for the first time as his equaliser deep into stoppage time denied Scotland a famous victory in the World Cup qualifier at Hampden.
However, he admitted he was baffled by the amount of stoppage time referee Chris Kavanagh added on during the crunch clash at St James' Park.
But Tommy Muir got a second for Star before Lewis Sloan scored and sub Connor Graham hit the winner four minutes into stoppage time.
Rostov looked as though they were going to hold it to just one before the break but two minutes into stoppage time, they conceded a second.
The final match of the 2014 UEFA Champions League showed that stoppage time is important in football (soccer) matches: Real Madrid was awarded five minutes of stoppage time when it was one goal behind at the end of the second half.
1 WEST Ham manager Sam Allardyce lamented his side's 'nerves and panic' which saw Stoke snatch a dramatic equaliser deep into stoppage time to earn a 1-1 draw at the Boleyn Ground.
In first half stoppage time Wales flanker Sioned Harries was yellowcarded and Tremouliere made it 11-0 with the final kick of the half.