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If in extra time both teams score a goal, the away goal rule won't apply and game will further be played on penalties to decide the winner.
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2 (AET) Laurence Jackson found themselves locked at 2-2 after the 90 minutes thanks to goals from Armstrong and Bruton before running out of steam in extra time to lose two goals.
Extra time was also needed at the Brewery Field where Bridgend Town left it late to defeat Welsh League Second Division side Tata Steel 5-3.
Always behind they managed two late extra time goals which tore the heart out of the Celts who must be wondering what happened.
FIFA will consider scrapping extra time at World Cups or reviving the 'golden goal' rule, the organisation's president Sepp Blatter has announced.
The three plants that will be operating with extra time include Mizushima factory in Okayama Prefecture, Pajero Manufacturing Company in Gifu Prefecture and Nagoya factory.
It's also extra time for clubs and study groups to meet, and to work on schools activities, from yearbook to the student newspaper.
Had the scores been level at the end of extra time, Old Saltleians would have progressed as the away team.
For certain specialized industries CPAs may need to devote extra time to gain a working understanding of the business and its competitors.
For the entire sample, providing extra time for the math test resulted in a 1-point increase in student mean scores (14.