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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.
Greece were running out of time but were able to eventually break down the Costa Rican defence in stoppage time forcing extra time.
Also had a chance late in extra time but shot wide.
The scores remained deadlocked at 3-3 at full-time, but the Middlesbrough youngsters eventually came out on top during a goal-filled extra time. Ryan Catterick hit a hat-trick, while Marcus Mahon and Adam Shildrick grabbed the others.
Other Turkish Cup results on Wednesday were as follows (home teams listed first): ystanbulspor 1, KasympaE-a 3; AnkaragE-cE- 5, Iy-dyr E[pounds sterling]niversitesi Spor 1 (extra time); E[pounds sterling]mraniyespor 1, Kayseri Erciyesspor 2 (extra time); Ecorum Belediyespor 2, Adana Demirspor 1; Samsunspor 0, Sivas 4 EylE-l Belediyespor 2; Patnos GenE*likspor 1, Kartalspor 2; Torku Konyaspor 2, Kyrykhanspor 0; Akhisar Belediyespor 5, Aydynspor 1923 2; Kardemir KarabE-kspor 3, GE-mE-E-hanespor 2; Medical Park Antalyaspor 5, Menemen Belediyespor 3; Gaziantepspor 1, Emrespor 0 (extra time).
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.
Summary: FIFA will consider scrapping extra time at World Cups or reviving the 'golden goal' rule, president Sepp Blatter has announced.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (Mitsubishi) (TYO: 7211), a Japan-based automaker, is planning to operate all three of its plants with extra time from August 2009, according to the Nikkei.
Spare a thought for Mayo goalkeeper Rob Hennelly though who pulled off three wonderful saves to take Tyrone to extra time.
But a penalty equaliser from Dimitar Berbatov - after Wayne Bridge handled in the area - sent the match into extra-time and Spurs, who might easily have wrapped things up inside 90 minutes, finally got the break they deserved in the third minute of extra time. Jermaine Jenas bent in a free-kick from deep on the left and Woodgate got in behind the Chelsea defence to glance a header goalwards.
A penalty from Cleobury fly-half Allan Shields at the end of the first period of extra time was all that divided the sides in a tense contest that provided gripping entertainment for a crowd of around 800.