They go to 5 penalty kicks the team with the most goals with them wins.if theres a tie of those they do on vs one in penalty kicks.if tied they keep doing that until someone wins. in league competitions they go to extra time only and it could be a tie
There have been three drawn Grand Finals in VFL/AFL history.
The rules state that if a grand final is drawn then the two clubs will return the following week to contest a replay.
The first drawn VFL grand final occurred between the Melbourne Demons and the Essendon Bombers in 1948, with the Demons subsequently romping it in by 39 points the following week.
The second occured in 1977 between North Melbourne and Collingwood, with North winning convincingly by 27 points the following week.
The third took place in 2010 between St. Kilda and Collingwood, with the 'woods the week later more than doubling the Saints score.
So, ironically, all three replays have resulted in huge wins for the eventual Premier.
Over the years, many World Cups have
seen tied games. But what really happens after is this:
If a tie has happened, the two countries move forward into the World Cup, but, unless they lose to another country, the two will move on to the first round, the semi-finals, the finals, and hopefully win the Cup at the end of it all.
It would go into overtime and be decided by newly adopted procedures.
Ties can't happen in the postseason. The game would continue through successive overtime periods until somebody scored.
it goes overtime.
Simpe, another re-match.
It just ends the game or if its a semi final you get 2 minutes more to play on the court.
The US Open is the only Open in which there is a tiebreaker. The rest (Australian, French and Wimbledon) do not have a tiebreaker, but have the rule of set score, difference of 2, after it has reached 6-6 in the final set.
Back nine countback in points, then back 6, back 3, 2 and final hole.
At 6 all in a set, then you play a 7-point-tie break. Sometimes, you play a 10-point-tie break in the lieu of the third set... it depends. To improve on this answer I have played tennis for years so in a set you play a tie breaker in a 5 all set
what if soccer ends in a tie
The tie gets dirty.
The grand puba
you need a inner tie rod tool
Roll the dice and who gets the highest number wins. If there is another tie, roll again.
It's like the Hunger Games. If there is a tie they fight to the death.