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2002.06.21

Here's your last WordMaster of the week! We've certainly enjoyed talking soccer with you these past few days, and we're looking forward to starting it all over again on Monday!

Today's Lesson
OVERTIME / PENALTY (KICK) SHOOTOUT   延長戦/PK戦

Explanation

  • When the second regular period ends and time lost - including time used for substitutions, injuries, etc. - has been played, if the teams are still tied, a winner can be decided in two ways:

    The teams can play overtime periods, which are periods of normal play, typically 15 minutes each. Overtime is often called "extra time";

    And/or there is a penalty (kick) shootout, in which five players from each team take a shot on goal from the penalty mark (11 meters from the center of the goal).
  • 後半のロスタイム(選手交代やけが等でプレーが中断した時間)が終了した時点で、同点の場合、勝敗を決める方法が2つあります。

    overtime (延長戦)を行う方法。普通、前後半15分ずつです。extra time と呼ばれることもよくあります。

    双方のチームから5名出て、ペナルティーマーク(ゴールの中央から11メートル離れた地点)から交代でキックをする方法。これを penalty (kick) shootout (PK戦)といいます。規定の試合時間終了後、すぐにPK戦を行う場合と、延長戦で決着がつかないときのみPK戦を行う場合があります。

英会話レッスン

examples

  1. In games played with the "golden goal" rule, when the score is tied at the end of the second half, the first team to score a goal in overtime wins.
  2. If the teams are still tied at the end of two 15-minute overtime periods, this game will be decided by a penalty kick shootout.
  3. Spain scored on 3 of its 5 attempts in the penalty shootout to beat Ireland.

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