The five World Cup penalty shootouts with the most notoriety Out of the 30 World Cup penalty shootouts, only two have resulted in the World Cup final itself (1994 and 2006).

There have been 30 penalty shootouts in World Cup tournaments [EPA] By James Brownsell The knockout round of the 2022 World Cup is here. Russia’s Igor Akinfeev saved Koke’s penalty.
This indicates that we are prepared for the thrilling penalty shootout.In 1971, the penalty shootout, with all of its agony and excitement, was added to the rules of football.
However, it wasn’t until West Germany’s 5-4 shootout victory over France in the 1982 World Cup that it became visible.

The top five World Cup penalty shootouts are as follows:
Brazil vs. France, Mexico, 1986, Brazil vs. France, France, 1986 Brazil’s Pele, probably the greatest football player ever, referred to this match in Mexico as “the match of the century.”
The sweltering rays of the Guadalajaran sun did little to slow down either team’s ferocious attack or their skill as they battled their way through this quarterfinal.Socrates-led Brazil, whose midfield “magic quartet” included Michel Platini, Alain Giresse, Jean Tigana, and Luis Fernandez, were taking on European champions France.
On his 31st birthday, Platini scored France’s goal from a typically free-flowing “samba football” Brazilian team play in response to Careca’s goal.After extra time, the game was level at one-one.

Brazil’s first penalty of the shootout was missed by Socrates.While Platini was unable to maintain his composure and sent France’s fourth goal into space, Fernandez managed to keep his composure and score France’s fifth goal.
Platini and Cesar On June 21, 1986, France’s Michel Platini (right) takes on Brazil’s Julio Cesar in the first half of their World Cup match [Charles Platiu/Reuters] South Korea defeated Spain 5-3 South Korea defeated Japan in 2002. If you sign up for Al Jazeera Week in the Middle East, you can access all of our coverage of the region in one convenient location.

Please check your email to confirm your subscription. By signing up, you agree to our Privacy Policy. The 2002 campaign for South Korea was fraught with controversy.The joint hosts, who aren’t exactly known for being a footballing powerhouse, had surprised people by beating Portugal (where Portugal got two red cards) and Italy (where a man who was suspended by the Ecuadorian FA for match-fixing less than a year later made refereeing mistakes).In the quarterfinals, they faced Spain.

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