When a penalty kick is taken, the ball strikes the goalpost and/or crossbar and bursts. What action does the referee take?
He stops play, obtains a replacement ball and restarts play with a dropped ball. * If this situation occurs during additional time, the match ends. 7. After additional time has been allowed to enable a penalty kick to be taken or retaken at half-time or full time, or during kicks from the penalty mark, the ball bursts or becomes defective before touching the posts, the crossbar or the goalkeeper, without having crossed the goal line. What decision will the referee take? The penalty kick must be retaken with a new ball. 8.
- A defender standing in his own penalty area strikes an opponent while the ball is in play in his opponents penalty area. What action does the referee take?
- When a player takes a goal kick, the ball strikes the referee inside the penalty area and continues in play. What action does the referee take?
- A player taking a penalty kick back heels the ball to a team-mate who kicks the ball into the goal. What action does the referee take?
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