AETIn this week’s football phrase we talk about the phrase after extra time.

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After Extra Time (AET)

In cup matches after extra time (aet) refers to a result that comes when a game goes into extra time. Many two leg ties see the teams tied, for example after two games the score is 2-2. In this situation, the game goes into extra time, two 15 minute halves, to see if any team can break the deadlock by getting a winning score. The result after this period of play is called after extra time.

  • Example: PSG defeated Chelsea after extra time in the Champions League on away goals.

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