Injury Time

Some articles on time, injury time, injury:

Notable Last-minute Goals - International
... between Argentina and Netherlands looked to be heading for extra-time until Dennis Bergkamp netted a 90th minute winner from a 60-yard (55 m) pass by Frank de Boer to take ... a foul given away by Emile Heskey, to score a dramatic injury time equalizer on the 91st minute ... Zidane stepped up to fire home the 93rd-minute penalty to register an injury time brace and give France a memorable 2–1 victory ...
Tuam Stars GAA - History - 2011 & 2012: Back To Back County Finals - 2011
... The 2011 Galway Senior Football Championship was memorable for the length of time it took to finish ... They then saw off Cortoon Shamrocks, after extra time in the replay ... Still showing signs of rustiness, the Stars found themselves trailing by 7 points at half-time in the replay at Tuam Stadium ...
Martin Atkinson - Career - Criticisms
... by Manchester City's then-manager Mark Hughes for bad time-keeping after Manchester United had scored an injury-time winner ... The fourth official had signalled four minutes of additional time, but Michael Owen scored a 96th-minute goal, handing United a dramatic 4–3 win ... one of England's greatest officials, who pointed out that during injury time itself there had been a goal celebration, a substitution and a delay caused by a fan on the pitch ...
2007–08 U.S. Città Di Palermo Season - Review and Events
... to Inter, was loaned out once again, this time to FC Porto. 2–1 triumph against AC Milan, with Miccoli scoring a late winning goal during injury time ... at home, with a Mladá goal scored during injury time, and were defeated in the subsequent penalty shootouts, causing an unexpected elimination ...

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