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The referee must decide whether the ball exited the field before or after the foul.

If the foul happened first, then a penalty kick would be awarded.

If the ball exited the field first, then a goal kick or corner kick is awarded depending on who touched it last. It cannotbe a foul, as the ball was already out of play. It could be misconduct depending on the severity.

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Q: If an attacker runs with the ball into his opponents penalty area the ball runs out of play as he is fouled by a defender as the ball was out of play should the referee award a penalty?
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