penalty shoot-out


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penalty shoot-out

n
1. (Soccer) soccer a method of deciding the winner of a drawn match, in which players from each team attempt to score with a penalty kick
2. (General Sporting Terms) a similar method of resolving a tie in hockey, ice hockey, polo, etc
Translations

penalty shoot-out

[ˌpɛnəltɪˈʃuːtˌaʊt] n (Ftbl) → rigori mpl
to beat a team in a penalty shoot-out → battere una squadra ai rigori
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Every fan that joins the clicktokick club will have the chance of stepping on to the pitch to take part in the five, half-time penalty shoot-out events that will start the competition.
Stamford Bridge witnessed Everton's latest penalty shoot-out success on Saturday to seal a place in the last 16 of this season's FA Cup.
Two countries at Euro 2008 have never lost a penalty shoot-out - Portugal (both against England) and the Czech Republic.
I wouldn't like to be in a penalty shoot-out because it means we haven't won the game in normal time but, as a keeper in a penalty shoot-out, you can become a hero.
On their last visit to St James' Park for a cup match, a Ruud Gullit-inspired Chelsea knocked United out of the FA Cup in a penalty shoot-out.
IT HAS been confirmed that the penalty shoot-out was designed to ensure England never win anything.
A PENALTY shoot-out system to replace draws in the lower divisions leaves me utterly disgusted and if that happens we may as well pack up and go home.
When it was put to the United boss that it will be a lot longer if a penalty shoot-out is needed to separate his side and PSV Eindhoven, he was ready.
SIR ALEX FERGUSON tore into his Manchester United side last night and branded their attitude "careless" after they were pushed to the brink of a penalty shoot-out by League One strugglers Crewe.
Newcastle United supporters will be hoping that tonight's Carling Cup third round tie with West Bromwich Albion does not go to the dreaded penalty shoot-out, writes ALAN OLIVER.
DEJECTED: England's Anton Ferdinand (left), Liam Rosenior (centre) and Mark Noble react after their penalty shoot-out defeat
He explained: ``After France 98 there was talk of implementing a penalty shoot-out after every game in academy football from under-nines right up to under- 16s.