Replay may refer to:
- Replay (sports), a replayed match in between two sport teams to decide in case of tie or conflict resulting from scoring, officiating, fouling or other factors
- Instant replay, in motion pictures and television, a showing again of part of a film. It is widely used in context of filmed sporting activities and often in slow motion to show the action in detail. In serious filmmaking this technique also helps to show the same scene from a different point of view or perspective. See also Instant replay (disambiguation)
- Replay attack, in cryptography, an attack where an adversary interferes with a cryptographic protocol by inserting (a part of) a message that has been sent previously in a protocol run
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... 14 May 1981 Tottenham Hotspur 3–2 Manchester City Wembley, London Attendance 92,000 Referee Keith Hackett (Sheffield) Villa 8', 76' Crooks 70' (Report) MacKenzie 11' Reeves 50' (pen.) Tottenham Hotspur Manchester City GK 1 Milija Aleksic LB 2 Chris Hughton CB 3 Paul Miller CB 4 Graham Roberts CM 5 Ricardo Villa RB 6 Steve Perryman (c) RM 7 Osvaldo Ardiles CF 8 Steve Archibald LM 9 Tony Galvin CM 10 Glenn Hoddle CF 11 Garth Crooks Substitute MF 12 Garry Brooke Manager Keith Burkinshaw GK 1 Joe Corrigan RB 2 Ray Ranson LB 3 Bobby McDonald 79' CB 4 Nicky Reid LM 5 Paul Power (c) CB 6 Tommy Caton CF 7 Dave Bennett CM 8 Gerry Gow CM 9 Steve MacKenzie RM 10 Tommy Hutchison CF 11 Kevin Reeves Substitute MF 12 Dennis Tueart 79' Manager John Bond Match rules 90 minutes. 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary ...
... Five matches were drawn, with the replays taking place in the following midweek ... One of these, the Stoke against Gainsborough Trinity match, went to a second replay the following week ... Tie no Home team Score Away team Date 1 Liverpool 1–1 Brighton Hove Albion 1 February 1908 Replay Brighton Hove Albion 0–3 Liverpool 5 February 2 ... Southampton 1 ...
... Four matches were drawn, with replays taking place in the following midweek fixture ... Reading 6–0 Leyton 12 December 3 ... Crewe Alexandra 2–2 Wigan Borough 12 December 1925 Replay Wigan Borough 2–1 Crewe Alexandra 16 December 4 ... Swindon Town 7–0 Sittingbourne 12 December ...
Famous quotes containing the word replay:
“Everything our children hear, see, and feel is recorded onto a cassette. Guess who is the big star in their movie? You are. What you say and, more important, what you do, is recorded there for them to replay over and over again. We all have videocassettes. Adults just have larger libraries of tapes available.”
—Stephanie Martson (20th century)
“One reason writers write is out of revenge. Life hurts; certain ideas and experiences hurt; one wants to clarify, to set out illuminations, to replay the old bad scenes and get the Treppenworte saidthe words one didnt have the strength or ripeness to say when those words were necessary for ones dignity or survival.”
—Cynthia Ozick (b. 1928)