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The longest penalty taken ever in a soccer game (six attempst): Tunisia - Serbia 3 - 2 match
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The following is a summary of the procedure for kicks from the penalty mark. The procedure is specified in Rule 10 ("Determining the Outcome of a Match") of FIFA's booklet Laws of the Game (p. 71).[1]

The referee tosses a coin to decide the goal at which the kicks will be taken. The choice of goal by the coin toss winner may only be changed by the referee for safety reasons or if the goal or playing surface becomes unusable.[7]
The referee tosses the coin a second time to determine which team will take the first kick.
All players other than the kicker and the goalkeepers must remain in the pitch's centre circle (see above).
Each kick will be taken in the general manner of a penalty kick. Each kick will be taken from the penalty mark, which is 12 yards (11 m) from the goal line and equidistant from each touch line, with the goal defended only by the opposing goalkeeper. The goalkeeper must remain between the goal posts on his goal line until the ball has been kicked, although he can jump in place, wave his arms, move side to side along the goal line or otherwise try to distract the shooter.
Each team is responsible for selecting from the eligible players the order in which they will take the kicks. The referee is not informed of the order.
Each kicker can kick the ball only once per attempt. Once kicked, the kicker may not play the ball again.
No other player on either team, other than the designated kicker and goalkeeper, may touch the ball.[7]
A kick is successful if, having been touched once by the kicker, the ball crosses the goal line between the goal posts and under the crossbar, without touching any player, official, or outside agent other than the defending goalkeeper. The ball may touch the goalkeeper, goal posts, or crossbar any number of times before going into the goal as long as the referee believes the ball's motion is the result of the initial kick. This was clarified after an incident in the 1986 World Cup shoot-out between Brazil and France. Bruno Bellone's kick rebounded out off the post, hit goalkeeper Carlos's back, and subsequently bounced into the goal. Referee Ioan Igna gave the goal to France, and Brazil captain Edinho was booked for protesting that the kick should have been considered a miss as soon as it rebounded off the post. In 1987, the International Football Association Board clarified Law 14, covering penalty kicks, to support Igna's decision.[8]
Teams take turns to kick from the penalty mark until each has taken five kicks. However, if one side has scored more successful kicks than the other could possibly reach with all of its remaining kicks, the shoot-out immediately ends regardless of the number of kicks remaining; this basis is called "best of five kicks".
If at the end of these five rounds of kicks the teams have scored an equal number of successful kicks, additional rounds of one kick each will be used until the tie is broken; this is known as sudden death.
The team that scores the most successful kicks at the end of the shoot-out will be winner of the match.
Only players who were on the pitch at the end of play will be allowed to participate in the shoot-out.[7] If one side has more players on the pitch than the other, whether as a result of injury or red cards, then the side with more players must select some players who will not take part. For example, if Team A has 11 players but Team B only has 10, then Team A will choose one player who will not take part. Players chosen this way cannot play any part in the procedure, including acting as goalkeeper. The rule was introduced by the International Football Association Board in
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The longest penalty taken ever in a soccer game (six attempst): Tunisia - Serbia 3 - 2 match
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