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shoot·out

also shoot-out  (sho͞ot′out′)
n.
1.
a. A gunfight.
b. A battle between military forces.
c. Slang A dispute or conflict to settle a disagreement: The marriage ended in a legal shootout.
2. Sports
a. A high-scoring period or game.
b. A means of resolving a tie in sports such as soccer and hockey, in which selected players from each team alternately take individual shots on a goal defended only by a goalie.
Translations

shoot-out

[ˈʃuːtaʊt] N
1.tiroteo m, balacera f (LAm)
2. (Sport)
see penalty B

shoot-out

n
(Ftbl: = penalty shoot-out) → Elfmeterschießen nt
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GOALKEEPERS will not receive a yellow card for encroachment during a penalty shoot-out in the knockout stages of the Women's World Cup, the International Football Association Board has announced.
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BT Sport have signed up to screen the new-look competition for the next four years, with 13 matches from the tournament - which now features a summer group stage and a bonus-point shoot-out for drawn matches - to be broadcast live each season.
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Tim Krul had only stopped two of his previous 20 penalty kicks, but Costa Rica, who had won their previous shoot-out, didn't know that.
IF there's one consolation to take from England's abject surrender in Brazil it's that at least we didn't have to contend with the collective agony of a penalty shoot-out.
Panthers fought out back-to-back matches against Belfast last weekend, losing 5-3 in the first and winning a penalty shoot-out the following evening.
There's this jinx about us never beating the Germans in a shoot-out and then Chelsea went and blew that out the water," The Telegraph quoted Hart, as saying, who calmly converted his kick in the 2009 Euro Under-21s semi-final in Gothenburg.
Kevin Kelbie fired the Irish outfit ahead after the break but Craig Malcolm levelled late on and Mitchell proved unbeatable in the penalty shoot-out.
I bet Van Gaal would receive support from England shoot-out flops David Batty, Gareth Southgate, Stuart Pearce and Chris Waddle.