Surprisingly, from 4 2022 World Cup Games Extra Time Reaches 64 Minutes, Here’s the Explanation

The 2022 World Cup to be held in Qatar has many interesting moments, including the length of extra time or extra time.

From the first four matches of the 2022 World Cup, the extra time given by the referee reached 64 minutes.
As a result, each match can last more than 100 minutes. Of course, this is a new story throughout the World Cup since it was first held in 1930.

The match that has received the most extra time is England’s 6-2 victory over Iran at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha (21/11/2022) in 24 minutes.

The breakdown was that at the end of the first half, 14 minutes of added time were allowed due to the horrific injury of Iran goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand.

In the second half, the referee gave a lot of extra time, which is 10 minutes, and the match lasted 117 minutes 16 seconds.

This allowed Iranian striker Mehdi Taremi to score against England, scoring during the match lasting 102 minutes and 30 seconds.

In addition to the England vs Iran match, the other match in Group B of the 2022 World Cup which pits the United States against Wales (22/11/2022), has 10 minutes 34 seconds added in the second half. the match lasted 104 minutes and 34 seconds and ended 1-1.

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Strangely, the Extra Time 4 of the 2022 World Cup Matches 64 Minutes, Here’s the Explanation
Alfi Yuda Alfi Yuda
November 23, 2022, 11:23 WIB
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Photo: England’s stylish action crushed Iran in the 2022 World Cup Group B opener
From the start, the English national team immediately took the initiative to attack. Harry Kane et al. able to withstand Iran’s defense, so one of the representatives of Asia had to survive immediately at the beginning of the match. (AP/Frank Augstein)
Bola.com, Jakarta – The 2022 World Cup which will be held in Qatar has many interesting moments, including the length of time extra or extra time.

From the first four matches of the 2022 World Cup, the extra time given by the referee reached 64 minutes.

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As a result, each match can last more than 100 minutes. Of course, this is a new story throughout the World Cup since it was first held in 1930.

The match that has received the most extra time is England’s 6-2 victory over Iran at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha (21/11/2022) in 24 minutes.

The breakdown was that at the end of the first half, 14 minutes of added time were allowed due to the horrific injury of Iran goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand.

In the second half, the referee gave a lot of extra time, which is 10 minutes, and the match lasted 117 minutes 16 seconds.

This allowed Iranian striker Mehdi Taremi to score against England, scoring during the match lasting 102 minutes and 30 seconds.

In addition to the England vs Iran match, the other match in Group B of the 2022 World Cup which pits the United States against Wales (22/11/2022), has 10 minutes 34 seconds added in the second half. the match lasted 104 minutes and 34 seconds and ended 1-1.

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Pierluigi Collina’s statement
Photo: Gareth Bale saves Wales from defeat on World Cup debut
Gareth Bale’s direct penalty was deflected into the left corner of the goal and managed to outsmart the United States goalkeeper Matt Turner. (AP/Darko Vojinovic)
Length of extra time in 2022 World Cup matches due to injuries, substitutions, player celebrations, etc.

Please note that behind it all is FIFA’s shopping mode, which instructs referees at the World Cup to add time at the end of a match. After all, FIFA’s shopping mode has long been plagued by the reduction of effective playing time in the 90-minute rule.

Pierluigi Collina, legendary Italian referee and chairman of the FIFA Referees Committee, made a statement.

“The goal is to offer more shows to World Cup viewers,” Collina said before the start of the 2022 World Cup.

“What we want to avoid are games that last 42, 43, 44, 45 minutes of active play. That’s unacceptable,” Collina said.

“Imagine a game with three goals scored. Celebrations usually last a minute, a minute and a half, so with three goals you lose five or six minutes,” added the Italian, who featured at the 1998 and 2002 World Cups.

This policy has drawn reactions from football fans. One of them came from former Liverpool and England international Jamie Carragher, who welcomed the policy. Carragher believes it is a positive change.

“Too much time is wasted in football when you are happy with the time the officials added in the #QatarWorldCup2022!” Carragher wrote in his personal tweet.