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New change in the rule

The UEFA will test with the "tie break" in the penaltis

Published:5/05/2017 - 16:44h

Updated:5/05/2017 - 21:26h

The UEFA has announced recently that there will be a very new change regarding the launchings of penaltis. The maximum organisation of the continental football will employ the "tie break" of the tennis and will test it already in the European sub17

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The new directive of the UEFA arrived promising changes and treating to approach the technology to the football, and like this are it doing. The next step will be a revolutionary change in the launchings of penalti thanks to a study made by the Spanish professors Ignacio Palaces-Huerta and José Apesteguia.

These have proposed to modify the alternation in the development of the batches of penalti. Something that already has decided test in the current tournaments sub 17 that will celebrate in Croatia (masculine) and Chequia (feminine). 

In spite of the unfair that they are the penaltis, with this measure treats to achieve that they are it a bit less. Treating to look for justice, bet for employing the technician used in the tennis to break a set equalised to the end. It treats of "tie break" that will change the current models of launchings ABAB to the ABBAABBA.

That is to say, it will throw the team To a penalti. Afterwards two the team B, later two the To and like this successively. All until it arrive to five kicks, when in the sudden death will employ again being, for example BA AB BA etc.

The studies show advantage to the that kicks first

In this study made by the mentioned profesiores, remains clear that the club that begins kicking in the batch of penaltis has 21% of possibilities more than winning the batch. Everything after analysing around 2.900 penaltis in 270 batches launched between 1970 and 2008

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