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Penalties still fairest way to break deadlock

An immense amount of technique, skill and confidence needed to execute a kick successfully

IT SPEAKS volumes about just how tight the knockout stage of the World Cup can be, with three of the first four elimination matches over the weekend needing a penalty kick to determine the winner. Hosts Brazil can count their lucky stars that they are still alive and kicking after squeaking past

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