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Thread: Shouldn't have won.... or should I?

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    Shouldn't have won.... or should I?

    First leg of the Cup, I lost 1-0 as the away team
    Second leg, I won 4-2 as the home team. I thought I needed 5-2 to at least get to OT so I thought I had lost. But to my surprise, I'm in the next round.

    Mistake? or I don't understand something?

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    no if you had won 4:3 in the home leg you would have lost.. As that would have resulted in an aggregate of 4:4 with 3 away goals scored for your opponent. Your aggregate of 4:3 takes the tie.
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    Simple you scored more goals…obvious really


    btw it´s extra time not OT
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    Ok, I thought that in a tie, the agregate formula was calculating the away goal right away. In this case I thought it was : Me 0 + 4=4 Him 1+(2x2)=5. But if I understand you correctly it is rather 1) number of wins 2) if tie, number of goals 3) if tie, number of away goals?

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    Rule of double goals is only applied in case that the final score finish in a draw. Like a 4-4 with the aggregate , or 3-3 or so, but this is just a 4-3 and his 2 goals in your field are not counted x2 if thats your confusion.
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    Thanks. I felt bad for him.... not anymore!
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    It's easier than you think. Just add up the result of both matches and if the total is a tie (let's say it's 3-2 and 0-1 = 3-3), then then team who scored more away goals (2), wins.
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    Just always have this in mind OP.
    In case of a tie in number of goals, away goal in a knockout match counts for 1.5 but only then.
    Since you scored more goals in aggregate you go through no matter what.
    Last edited by axd23; 12-23-2016 at 09:00 AM.