golden goal


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golden goal

n.
In soccer, a goal that is scored in overtime, resulting in the immediate end of the game.

golden goal

n
1. (Soccer) soccer (in certain matches) the first goal scored in extra time, which wins the match for the side scoring it
2. (Rugby) soccer (in certain matches) the first goal scored in extra time, which wins the match for the side scoring it
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The golden goal was abandoned after two European Championships, 1996 and 2000.
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Summary: FIFA will consider scrapping extra time at World Cups or reviving the 'golden goal' rule, president Sepp Blatter has announced.
FIFA will consider scrapping extra-time at World Cups or reviving the 'golden goal' rule, the organisation's president Sepp Blatter has announced.
The 'golden goal' rule used at tournaments such as Euro 1996 and World Cup 1998 andndash; when the first goal scored in extra time wins the game andndash; could also be reintroduced.