RULE CHANGE FOR REAL-FEYENOORD

UEFA has announced a new rule that will come into operation in Friday’s Super Cup clash should the sides be all square at the end of ninety minutes. In Monaco the golden goal does not apply. Instead the latest amendment means that any extra time between Feyenoord and Real Madrid will last at least fifteen minutes. That means that a goal in extra time no longer brings the game to an immediate halt.

A team that nets in the first half of extra time will now have to play out the remaining minutes of that half, even if they score within seconds of the restart. If the scores are level at the end of the first half of extra time then a second fifteen-minute period will be played to the end. That means that extra time will always last either fifteen or thirty minutes. Only one meeting in the history of the Super Cup has ever been decided on a golden goal. Chance has it that it was Real Madrid who suffered under the rule, when Mario Jardel scored the winner against them for his side Galatasaray in 2000.
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