penalty kick
The History Of Penalty Kick - Penalties, or more appropriately called a shootout, the techniques now commonly used to determine winners in a football game should end with a victory / defeat (not series).

On penalties after the match lasted 90 minutes and followed by 2 times 15 minutes of extra time but the state still draws.

Usually occurs when a knockout. Although the implementation is similar, penalties carried out following different rules from a penalty kick.

The results of the penalties are not included in the calculation of score (so the situation remains the series), it is only used to determine the winner.

The Histoy Of Penalty kick

It is said that the penalty shootout was first suggested by a referee from Penzberg, Bavaria, Germany named Karl Wald in 1970.

At that time, if at all after extra-time series winner is determined by using a coin toss. Because they think this way is very hit and miss, he proposed penalties to the head of football united Bavaria.

The proposal was first rejected, but after the team lobbied by the proposer, the new proposal was accepted. Once forwarded to the German Football Association (DFB) and received, it will then rule is applied also in the UEFA and the Fédération Internationale de Football Association.

Another claim that was first proposed penalties in the UK and also in Israel.

Penalties was first performed in England in 1970 between Hull City and Manchester United in the Watney Cup (League Cup in England) and won by Manchester United.

Determination of major international championships were first determined by a penalty shootout is the final UEFA European Football Championship 1976, which is between Czechoslovakia against West Germany. Czechoslovakia won 5-3.

Three FIFA World Cup finals record with penalties to be resolved: the 1994 World Cup final at the Stadium "Rose Bowl" Pasadena, California, USA between Brazil and Italy (won by Brazil with 3-2); Princess 1999 World Cup finals in the same stadium between the U.S. team and China (the U.S. won 5-4), and the 2006 FIFA World Cup final in Berlin's Olympic Stadium, Germany, won by Italy to beat France 5-3 after an 1-1 draw after extra time up.

Some leagues in the world have used to avoid a series of penalties. Sometime in the 1980s, the League of Hungary, Yugoslavia, and Norway, tried to penalties if the outcome of the game series, with the same format as the format J.

Leagues below. Regulation is then removed. In the United States, Major League Soccer also uses a penalty shootout to avoid a draw.

While in Asia, Japan J. League also uses a penalty shootout if the series can not be solved by an extension of time to format the acquisition value of three points for a win in normal time, 2 points to win in extra time, 1 point for a victory in a penalty shootout, and 0 points for losing.

Penalty Kick

In soccer, a penalty kick is performed when one team player commits an offense in the box the goalkeeper own team. Kicking is done by kicking the ball from that point's been made in the middle of the box in the goalie area, unattended by the opposing player (posse), a distance of approximately 12 feet from the goal line.

Although it has seen most likely will result in a goal-kick, but history shows the existence of the kick, although carried out by the famous footballer.

Generally, the kick is done by kicking the ball toward the goal in one motion, yet there are some exceptions where the player a penalty kick the ball into his own direction and then kicked toward the goal, penalty for example by Robert Pires who kicked the ball in the direction of Thierry Henry in a match in the Premier League between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.

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