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Dan

Back & Quack
Mar 9, 2004
9,291
#1
Ok i need to know about the away goals rule. Just do check:

Team 'A' Wins at home 1-0

Team 'B' Wins at home 3-1

The score on aggreate is 3-2 for team 'B'

But A have the away goal

Do B still go through???
 

Zlatan

Senior Member
Jun 9, 2003
23,032
#2
Yeah, but its not that simple. The away goal rule applies only when teams are level on aggregate. You could say that an away goal is worth 1.1 home goal.

For example

If team A wins 3-1 at home

And team B wins 2-0 at home, the aggregate would be 3-3, but team B would go through because they have an away goal.

Same thing if eam A wins 3-2, and then loses 2-1. The aggregate would be 4-4, but team B would have 2 away goals compared to team A's 1.
 
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Dan

Back & Quack
Mar 9, 2004
9,291
#3
thanks...sorry just my mate thought something different, and i thought what u thought. thanks zlatan!
 

gray

Senior Member
Moderator
Apr 22, 2003
30,096
#4
What Zlatan said.

A lot of the time I hear silly Australians who don't know much about football saying "Even though they lost by 1, an Away goal is worth 2 goals".

An away goal might aswell be worth 1.000000000000001 goals and it'd be the same thing
 

gray

Senior Member
Moderator
Apr 22, 2003
30,096
#18
Why would lesbians like gays? They're on opposite ends of the spectrum.

It makes sense that girls would find gay guys cute, since they're generally much better groomed and fashion-conscious than heterosexuals. They also make much better shopping buddies than straight guys too.
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#19
++ [ originally posted by Graham ] ++
Why would lesbians like gays? They're on opposite ends of the spectrum.

It makes sense that girls would find gay guys cute, since they're generally much better groomed and fashion-conscious than heterosexuals. They also make much better shopping buddies than straight guys too.
specially if they have pink kits ;)


** couldn't resist :D **
 

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