How does extra time work in soccer?

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Soccer matches go to extra time when the 90-minute regulation time has ended in a tie.

Extra time in soccer consists of two 15-minute periods separated by a 1-minute break.

If the score is still tied after extra time, a penalty shootout will determine the winner.

Remember:  “injury time” is the time added at the end of each 45-minute half and is solely at the referee’s discretion. It is intended to take into account the time needed to recover after a goal, substitutions, evaluation and treatment of injured players, and the referee may add time if he considers that a team is deliberately wasting time.

Generally, throw-ins and corner kicks are not subject to stoppage time (unless the referee feels the team is doing it slowly to waste time).

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