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If both games end 0-0, and then in extra time it is 1-1, does the away team advance, or do they shoot penalties?
 

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so the possibility of Sevilla/Fener going to penalties is non existant?
 

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NO they do not count, they go to penalties. It's a brand new game from here if it ends 1-1 then it's penalties.
 

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too many rules in this crap. whoever has most goals should win. if they have the same, it's a tie.

Oh no, wait, i scored on their field so i get extra credit. So i've got that going for me.

LAAAAAAAME!
 

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too many rules in this crap. whoever has most goals should win. if they have the same, it's a tie.

Oh no, wait, i scored on their field so i get extra credit. So i've got that going for me.

LAAAAAAAME!
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too many rules in this crap. whoever has most goals should win. if they have the same, it's a tie.

Oh no, wait, i scored on their field so i get extra credit. So i've got that going for me.

LAAAAAAAME!
It was brought in to make teams attack more away rather than play for a draw and win at home, but it looks like its had no real effect.
 

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techinically its not fair since a 0-0 the first leg would not go to extratime.

I think it makes perfect sense.
 

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okay, it's 3 for 'yes' and 2 for 'no'. First one to 5 wins.
lol...we should settle for undecided on this one :D

seriously can't anyone just ****in google it

copy paste from regulations of uefa champions league 2007/08 downloaded from uefa's official website

Article 7
Away goals, extra time
7.01 For matches played under the cup (knock-out) system, if the two teams
involved in a tie score the same number of goals over the two legs, the team
which scores more away goals qualifies for the next stage. If this procedure
does not produce a result, i.e. if the two teams score the same number of
goals at home and away, extra time of two periods of 15 minutes shall be
played at the end of the second leg. If, during extra time, both teams score
the same number of goals, away goals count double (i.e. the visiting club
qualifies). If no goals are scored during extra time, kicks from the penalty
mark (Article 16) determine which club qualifies for the next stage.
 

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So it does count.

Shit rule, as one team gets an extra 30 minutes of "away goals rule" time.
 

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True, I always saw that as unfair. But I think it´s a way to compensate to those who play 30 minutes extra away from home.
 

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Wouldn't it suck if the home team score first and the fans are overjoyed and the visiting team get one to tie and go through? not fair! I say play the extra time in two legs then! 15 minutes home and the other 15 minutes away! :pp
 

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Either scrap the extra 30 minutes altogether, that is, after 90 minutes of the 2nd leg, have the penalties straightaway or have 105 minutes of play in both the legs. That makes a lot more sense.
 

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Hahaha me and my friends were worndering about this when we were watching Milan-Arsenal. They should definitely change the rule so that away goals don't count in xtratime.

For example: Fener-Sevilla played 180 minutes as even as it gets, 5-5. But if Fener scored in xt Sevilla couldn't tie the match they'd have to score 2 goals in under 30 minutes to avoid elimination. That's just unreasonable :mad:

Thanks for bringing up the topic Serb :thumbsup:
 
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