Home / Tin tức / 2014 fifa world cup brazil™ 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP BRAZIL™ 05/12/2021 For decades, teams have sầu been playing extra time in major competitions lượt thích the World Cup in preparation for—one might say in hopes of—the match ending in penalty kicks.Bạn đang xem: 2014 fifa world cup brazil™With Costa Rica fighting valiantly for much of regulation against the Netherlands, it looked lượt thích the last quarterfinal played in the năm trước World Cup was going to lớn end in a surprisingly fair fight.And yet, when the match hit the later stages of regulation & flipped inlớn extra time, the pitch completely tilted, favoring the Dutch for most of the additional 30 minutes.Costa Rica seemed happy to survive sầu the 1trăng tròn minutes, settling for penalties, having previously won a shootout with Greece in the round of 16.What was odd, however, is that the Netherlands seemed nội dung on going to lớn penalties as well, with manager Louis van Gaal holding two of his three substitutions until after the 105th minute, most notably the introduction of Tyên ổn Krul as a back-up "keeper just before the completion of extra time.Krul was installed exclusively for penalties and not only guessed the right way for all five Costa Rican shots but managed khổng lồ save two of them, putting the Dutch into lớn the semifinals for the second World Cup in succession.The move made Van Gaal—heading to lớn Manchester United after the World Cup run for the Netherlands ends—look like a tactical genius. In a way, it may also change how everyone views the penalty shootout, now và in the future.Video Play ButtonVideos you might like Jamie McDonald/Getty ImagesWhile we can debate the merits of keeping a substitution just in case a match goes lớn penalties in order to put in a goalkeeping "closer"—to borrow a more traditional American sports term for late-game specialists—people may look at penalties differently after this World Cup not just because of Van Gaal"s decision, or the fact that Krul saved two shots in the penalty session, but what happened before each shot was taken.Tim Krul"s performance didn"t change the way we look at penalties. But perhaps it should.There has been no doubt over the last few days that the Dutch are relishing the decision to switch "keepers, suggesting the move sầu got in the heads of the Costa Rican penalty-takers & confused the opposing coaches, who may have sầu had a book on starting "keeper Jasper Cillessen heading inkhổng lồ the shootout.Natacha Pisarenko/Associated PressVan Gaal & Krul both felt that the move sầu may have rattled their opponents, và despite Krul"s poor record in saving penalties in the English Premier League, his sheer size, combined with the shocking decision, could put the Costa Ricans on their heels.Also, the trash-talking. There was a lot of that, too.Forget, for a moment, the unbelievable job Krul did in net. Forget how perfect all four Dutch shots were, as well. In that regard, the penalty session was as fantastic as ever.It"s all the other stuff that should be the bigger issue moving forward.The Daily Mail noted that Krul had screamed "Vamos!" in the face of each Costa Rican player, then quoted Krul, who said:I don’t think I did anything wrong. I didn’t shout in an aggressive sầu manner.I did everything in my power và I would be happy to lớn do it again, absolutely no problem. There are no regrets. I was ready for the moment.I told them I knew where they were going và I had analysed it. I tried to get in their heads and it worked.When Krul says he tried lớn get in the Costa Rican players" heads, he might have meant that literally.In the five sầu shots taken by the Ticos, Krul got in the face of nearly every shooter. He didn"t yell because he didn"t have to. He was nose-to-nose with the shooters.Uzbekistani referee Ravshan Irmatov allowed Krul lớn walk all the way out lớn the penalty spot lớn talk khổng lồ his challenger three times before once talking khổng lồ the Dutch "keeper about staying farther baông chồng. Before the second Costa Rican penalty, taken by Bryan Ruiz, Krul walked out to the spot lớn wait for the shooter in order to talk khổng lồ hyên before making a crucial save.The referee just looked on lượt thích nothing was wrong with that.They were. They both were. There is no reason for a "keeper, who by rule must have his feet on the goal line when the shot is taken, to be prowling around the 18-yard box waiting for his target to lớn enter the area. And yet, it seemed to lớn work, which means there might be every reason.Xem thêm: Á Hậu Tú Anh Nói Về Game Chim Cò Nổi Dậy, Game Chim Điên Nổi Loạn, Game Tính ĐiểmFormer Engl& striker Alan Shearer, covering the game for the BBC, said:Tim Krul was playing mind games, walking up lớn the Costa Rica players, taking his time khổng lồ get onto his line.I don"t mind that at all - you vì chưng what you can khổng lồ get through. It"s gamesmanship but the Costa Rica players have sầu to try và handle it.While the shooter has nearly every advantage in a penalty situation—there is no way for a "keeper to lớn wait until a ball is struông chồng & still have sầu enough time to lớn save sầu a shot, leaving guesswork (or in Krul"s case, informed guesswork) the only option—the pressure in a World Cup penalty situation is squarely on the shooter, not the "keeper.If a "keeper saves one ball, he can be a hero. Any player who misses a penalty in the World Cup is almost assuredly remembered as a goat.Unsportsmanlượt thích or not, it truly was a masterful shootout performance by Krul, undoubtedly getting in the heads of the Costa Rican shooters.Former Englvà international và Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand also told the BBC he had no problem with Krul"s antics:Krul was telling them, "I know where you"re going khổng lồ put your penalty - I"ve sầu looked and I know where you are going lớn go". I"d like my keeper to lớn be doing that. It puts them off, và adds a bit of edge khổng lồ it.That match wasn"t the only time in this World Cup that silly pre-shot antics have sầu served to "add a bit of edge" lớn a shootout. Honestly, it"s been getting like this for years.The very idea of ending matches with this cấp độ of global importance via a penalty shootout is unfortunate, but the process has developed inlớn theatre unlike any other in sports.There is no more drama in the world—albeit manufactured after two hours of free-flowing, open play—than a penalty shootout, so much so that the histrionics aren"t necessary at all. And yet, that"s what we talk about the most.The stutter-stepping on the way lớn the spot can get to lớn the point of ridiculousness—if Brazil or Argentimãng cầu get into lớn a shootout this week, you will see a ton of it—and while trickery is technically part of the rules, the tactic does put referees in an unnecessarily tough spot during shootouts. FIFA Law 14 specifically states the following:Feinting in the run-up lớn take a penalty kiông chồng to confuse opponents is permitted as part of football. However, feinting to kiông chồng the ball once the player has completed his run-up is considered an infringement of Law 14 và an act of unsporting behavior for which the player must be cautioned.In other words, a player can feint all he wants while running up lớn address the ball at the penalty spot, up to lớn and including actually fainting, but once he reaches the ball and plants his foot, the fakes are technically against the rules.Rethành viên that the next time you see a player stop at the ball in order lớn get the "keeper khổng lồ move before sliding it into the opposite corner.And yes, the entire process is a bit cat-and-mouse these days, with the shooters trying to lớn get the "keepers lớn move too early and the "keepers nhảy đầm around the line (& often coming off the line too early without a whistle for that) in every effort to lớn get that miniscule advantage during the shootout.That"s all fine. Annoying, perhaps, but fine. Walking out to the penalty spot to yell in a shooter"s face that you know which way he"s going seems a bit too "professional wrestling" for a World Cup knockout competition. What"s next? Will each shooter get his own entrance music và get a microphone to lớn cut a promo for the crowd before he kicks?"Whatchagonnabởi vì, KRUUUUL, when this stutter-stepping madman và all his fans around the world go wild on youuuuuuuu?!?!?"Come to think of it…that might be awesome. If the drama of a penalty shootout is manufactured anyway, why not embrace it?Of course, that would probably cross the line to lớn unsportsmanlượt thích, even for FIFA.And, if there are any soccer gods watching this World Cup, which has been full of drama without the need for (much) FIFA manufacturing so far, there won"t be any more penalty shootouts khổng lồ decide a match in this tournament. Three shootouts in two rounds have certainly been enough.In fact, the three shootouts thus far—Brazil defeating Chile, Costa Rica beating Greece and Netherlands beating Costa Rica—are as many or more than we"ve seen in seven of the previous nine World Cups.There has not been a penalty shootout in the World Cup semifinals since 1998, và there have been just two World Cup finals lớn kết thúc in penalties in the history of the tournament.Perhaps, then, Krul"s antics against Costa Rica won"t be seen again this tournament. Though one has khổng lồ wonder if the Newcastle "keeper would dare try the same ploy against Lionel Messay mê and company should the Netherlands find themselves in a shootout with Argentimãng cầu.It will be interesting, no matter what happens in the tournament"s final four matches, to see if FIFA opts lớn re-write the penalty kichồng rules again, precluding a "keeper from exiting the six-yard area during a shootout situation.After seeing what Krul was allowed to do, the referees certainly aren"t in a position to lớn stop it. Only organizational legislation—imagine a "keeper during PKs getting a red thẻ for persistent taunting—may be able lớn stop it.If a "keeper wants to lớn trash talk, let hyên bởi it from the goal line. That way, he"s going khổng lồ have lớn trash yell.The question is, will anyone be able to lớn hear hlặng over the entrance music và pyrotechnics? It may be just a matter of time until we find out.