That's very difficult to say... But, I would say that a normal score in soccer is 1-0; 2-0; 1-1; 2-1; 0-0; 2-2... In a game 3-0; 3-1; 4-1; 5-1; 4-0; 5-0; 6-0; 7-0; 8-0 etc etc etc isn't quite a normal result, you know? It means that the game were really not equilibrated Black10 says: Yes, the person above answer is true, but sometimes you only need on goal to win.
There are no points for goals. Each goal counts as one goal. The goals only add towards the 'goal difference'. Normally, a win would give you 3 points, a draw would give you 1 point, and a loss would give you 0 points!
There is 1 point per goal given in soccer.
you can get as many goals as you can there is no limit
2 different goalies are in soccer at a time - one for the home team and one for the away team.
2 Two soccer goals are located on one soccer feild. One at each end of the pitch.
You get 1 point or goal every time the entire ball crosses the the line. It does not have to touch the actual netting just cross the line entirely.
In UK football, the winning team gets 3 points, 1 point for a draw.
One goal in soccer is worth one point.
Hitting the sliotar between the tall posts (similar to rugby posts) is a "point" worth one point. Hitting the sliotar into the net (similar to a soccer net) is a "goal" worth three points. The scoring in hurling is displayed like this: Team A 3-8 Team B 0-16 The first number represents goals (three points) and the second number represents points (one point) In the above example, Team A won scoring 17 points against Team B which scored 16 points.
for every $10.00 you spend, you get one point
Each goal is considered one point. but its referred to as a goal
There are no minutes in a goal.
Three points. There are three goals in a hat trick, and each goal is worth 1 point.