It is merely "a goal."
Soccer players are paid salary, and don't necessarily work a standard 40-Hour week. However, with all of the travel that is required, it can be argued that they do work a lot of overtime.
The uniforms have changed they are more sweat absorbent, and they have designs and different colors on them
The players who were on the field at the end of normal/extra time.
In accordance with FIFA Laws of the Game "Kicks from the Penalty Mark" is a sanctioned method of determining the winner of a match after overtime periods have been played.
The Golden Goal refers to the overtime period in which the next goal wins, therefore it is looked at as golden.
None or up to 3. Depends on what the coach has done previously in the game. Soccer only allows 3 substitutions in any official game.
Overtime only happens when time has been lost during a match due to injury. It happens after the normal time allotted for the match has expired.
Yes. An obscure rule gave an overtime winner the score 2-0. With the need for a victory by 2 goals, Barbados scored on its own goal when leading a game over Grenada 2-1. The soccer match went into overtime and Barbados won, advancing to the next round.
4 quarters 2 halfs professional = 2 45 minute halfs w/o overtime or time added.