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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Ibra scored a goal in either half to put the Swedes, 2-1 up from the first leg of their play-off with Denmark, firmly in command in Copenhagen But Denmark gave themselves a lifeline with an 81st-minute strike from Yussuf Poulsen before sub Yannick Vestergaard made it 2-2 on the night, and 4-3 for Sweden on aggregate, in stoppage time.
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.
There was more drama to follow in stoppage time as Luke Shaw was sent off for a second yellow card offence but that was of little comfort to the Hammers vice-captain.
However, they couldn't hold on and, in the fourth minute of stoppage time, Moore headed in to complete his hat-trick and snatch a point.
Nine–man Culter, who had Richard Shand and Allan Youngson send off, netted twice in stoppage time to grab all three Super League points.
Colville levelled in firsthalf stoppage time when David McKay steered a 10-yard header away from keeper Ryan Farrell from Michael Brown's cross.
But struggling Getafe grabbed an unlikely point with another equaliser from Lafita - 90 seconds into stoppage time - and Barca will find themselves six points behind Atletico if the Madrid club beat Levante on Sunday, with the two sides set to meet on the final day of the season.
Fleetwood were defeated 2-0 at home by Cheltenham after Troy Brown headed the opening goal from close range in the first minute, with Jermaine McGlashan scoring their second in stoppage time.
HALF stoppage time can be lively - just ask Gus Poyet after two of his Sunderland players were sent off during it at Hull last Saturday.
Worse was to come, a minute into stoppage time, when an unmarked Sean O'Hanlon headed in a corner.