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For example, Team A beats Team B 2-1 in first leg and loses to Team B 1-2 in the second leg then the game goes into extra time.
Sice also won a penalty in the first half of extra time which should have settled it only for Justin Burke's spot kick to be saved by Rory Byrne, with Castlebar quickly paring the deficit back to two points again.
With the cup now adopting a straight knockout format from the quarter-finals onwards, the introduction of a fourth substitute in extra time will bring extra intrigue and interest," FA chief executive Martin Glenn told the governing body's website.
Being a man down, the Costa Ricans struggled in extra time but were able to hold off Greece and extra time ended still on 1-1.
Gwion Edwards 3 On 14 minutes into extra time for Wotherspoon and had a couple of shots before netting in shoot-out.
The scores remained deadlocked at 3-3 at full-time, but the Middlesbrough youngsters eventually came out on top during a goal-filled extra time.
The West Walians grabbed an early advantage through Richard Lewis but a late, late show from Atif Basahir took the tie into extra time and Barry's Josh Bell netted the winner.
Darlington 1 Mansfield 0 (after extra-time) SUPER SUB Chris Senior scored in the final minute of extra time as Darlington lifted the FA Trophy at Wembley.
DESPITE being reduced to nine men in the Premier Division I-Zinagri Challenge Cup, Essemmay OB pulled off a tremendous 4-3 victory after extra time over Page Celtic.
Summary: FIFA will consider scrapping extra time at World Cups or reviving the 'golden goal' rule, president Sepp Blatter has announced.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (Mitsubishi) (TYO: 7211), a Japan-based automaker, is planning to operate all three of its plants with extra time from August 2009, according to the Nikkei.
Spare a thought for Mayo goalkeeper Rob Hennelly though who pulled off three wonderful saves to take Tyrone to extra time.
But a penalty equaliser from Dimitar Berbatov - after Wayne Bridge handled in the area - sent the match into extra-time and Spurs, who might easily have wrapped things up inside 90 minutes, finally got the break they deserved in the third minute of extra time.
But Tony and other Vasquez High School students are finding extra time to catch up with their studies and get some tutoring during what's known as support period - the first 40 minutes of each school day.
A penalty from Cleobury fly-half Allan Shields at the end of the first period of extra time was all that divided the sides in a tense contest that provided gripping entertainment for a crowd of around 800.