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Top 5 Longest Penalty Shoot-out in Professional Football as Liverpool beat Chelsea 11-10

The final of the Carabao Cup between Chelsea and Liverpool saw one of the best final league game football fans will ever see in England.

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Both teams created a lot of chances, scored goals that was ruled out by VAR all in 120 minutes. Liverpool ended up winners of the competition courtesy a missed penalty kick by Kepa Arrizabalaga.

Notjustok has decided to take you through five longest penalty shoot-outs in a football game.

(1)

Kk Palace 17-16 Civics

It took 120 minutes and 48 penalties to decide the outcome of the 2005 Namibian Cup final between KK Palace and Civics.

The game finished 2-2 at the end of extra time, but no-one could have predicted the drama that was to unfold from the spot.

15 penalties were missed in total during a world record shootout that probably lasted longer the game itself.

(2) Olympiacos 15-14 AEK Athens

Olympiacos goalkeeper, Antonis Nikopolidis was the hero of the game in the 2009 Greek Cup against rivals AEK Athens.

His goal haOlympiacos a dramatic 15-14 shootout win after the sides played out a 4-4 draw in extra time.

(3) Brockenhurst 15-14 Andover

The game between Brockenhurst and Andover is the game with the third-longest penalty shootout without a kick being missed in 29 attempts except for the miss by Andover’s Claudio Herbert who failed to find the back of the next on his second attempt, giving Brockenhurst the victory.

(4) Obernai 15-15 Wittelsheim

The penalty shoot-out which is second on the list was stopped because of bad lighting after 39 penalties were scored at the Lord’s in a cup game in France. The game was however handed to Obernai by the local FA on basis that they were the lower-ranked te and the fixture list was congested.

(5) Liverpool 14-13 Middlesbrough

The Capital One Cup game between the Reds and Middlesbrough is fifth on the list, both sides could not be separated from after 120 minutes of football in the third round. Liverpool won the game to progress to the fourth round.

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