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List of Africa Cup of Nations penalty shoot-outs

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This is a list of all penalty shoot-outs that have occurred in the final tournaments of the Africa Cup of Nations.

Complete list[edit]

Penalty shoot-out in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Final.
Key
  • Penalty scored = scored penalty
  • golden background = scored penalty which ended the shoot-out
  • Penalty missed = missed penalty
  • red background = missed penalty which ended the shoot-out
  • grey background = the first penalty in the shoot-out
  • horizontal line within a list of takers = beginning of the sudden death stage
Penalty shoot-outs in the Africa Cup of Nations
# Event Winner F Loser Penalties Winning team Losing team Round Date & Venue
S M T GK Takers Takers GK
1. 1980,
Nigeria
 Algeria 2–2  Egypt 4–2 1–2 5–4 Cerbah Belloumi Penalty scored
Fergani Penalty scored
Khedis ?
Larbès ?
Assad Penalty scored
Penalty scored H. Shehata
Penalty scored Mokhtar
Penalty missed El Khatib
Penalty missed Amer
Ekramy Semi-finals 19 March 1980,
Ibadan
(Liberty Stadium)
2. 1982,
Libya
 Ghana 1–1  Libya 7–6 1–2 8–8 M. Mensah S. Lamptey Penalty scored
Alhassan Penalty scored
Paha Penalty scored
Asaase Penalty scored
Abbrey Penalty scored

M. Mensah Penalty missed
Quarshie Penalty scored
Afriyie Penalty scored

Penalty scored Al-Beshari
Penalty scored Sola
Penalty scored Al-Ajeli
Penalty scored Ben-Suleiman
Penalty scored Al-Farjani

Penalty missed Ghonaïm
Penalty scored Jaranah
Penalty missed Zeiyu

Al-Kouafi Final 19 March 1982,
Tripoli
(11 June Stadium)
3. 1984,
Ivory Coast
 Nigeria 2–2  Egypt 8–7 1–2 9–9 Rufai Kingsley Penalty scored
Edobor Penalty scored
Sofoluwe Penalty scored
B. Ali Penalty scored
Keshi Penalty scored

Yekini Penalty scored
Temile Penalty scored
Adeshina Penalty missed
Lawal Penalty scored

Penalty scored Abdelghani
Penalty scored A. Shehata
Penalty scored Ghareeb
Penalty scored El Khatib
Penalty scored Beedho

Penalty scored Nacef
Penalty scored Yassin
Penalty missed M. Hassan
Penalty missed Youssef

El-Batal Semi-finals 14 March 1984,
Abidjan
(Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny)
4.  Cameroon 0–0  Algeria 5–4 0–1 5–5 Bell missing data missing data
Penalty missed Guendouz
Cerbah 14 March 1984,
Bouaké
(Stade Bouaké)
5. 1986,
Egypt
 Egypt 0–0  Cameroon 5–4 1–2 6–6 El-Batal Yehia Penalty scored
Abdelghani Penalty scored
Abdou Penalty missed
Mayhoub Penalty scored
A. Shehata Penalty scored

Kassem Penalty scored

Penalty scored M'Fédé
Penalty scored Kundé
Penalty missed M'Bida
Penalty scored Milla
Penalty scored Aoudou

Penalty missed Kana-Biyik

N'kono Final 21 March 1986,
Cairo
(Cairo International Stadium)
6. 1988,
Morocco
 Nigeria 1–1  Algeria 9–8 2–3 11–11 Rufai Eguavoen Penalty scored
Adeshina Penalty missed
Uwe Penalty scored
Sofoluwe Penalty missed
Yekini Penalty scored

Okwaraji Penalty scored
Nwosu Penalty scored
Omokaro Penalty scored
Okafor Penalty scored
Rufai Penalty scored
Eguavoen Penalty scored

Penalty scored Belloumi
Penalty missed Belgherbi
Penalty missed Maâtar
Penalty scored Yahi
Penalty scored Menad

Penalty scored Bouafia
Penalty scored Medane
Penalty scored Chaib
Penalty scored Megharia
Penalty scored Drid
Penalty missed Belloumi

Drid Semi-finals 23 March 1988,
Rabat
(Stade Moulay Abdellah)
7.  Algeria 1–1  Morocco 4–3 2–3 6–6 Drid Yahi Penalty scored
Djahmoune Penalty missed
Merzekane Penalty scored
Chaib Penalty scored
Megharia Penalty missed

Belgherbi Penalty scored

Penalty missed El Gharef
Penalty missed Benabicha
Penalty scored Ouadani
Penalty scored El Maataoui
Penalty scored Timoumi

Penalty missed Nader

Azmi Third place play-off 26 March 1988,
Casablanca
(Stade Mohammed V)
8. 1992,
Senegal
 Ivory Coast 0–0  Cameroon 3–1 1–3 4–4 Gouaméné Diaby Penalty scored
M. Traoré Penalty scored
E. Yago Penalty missed
A. Traoré Penalty scored
Penalty missed Makanaky
Penalty scored Ebwelle
Penalty missed Omam-Biyik
Penalty missed Bell
Bell Semi-finals 23 January 1992,
Dakar
(Stade de l'Amitié)
9.  Ivory Coast 0–0  Ghana 11–10 1–2 12–12 Gouaméné Aka Kouamé Penalty scored
Hobou Penalty scored
Diaby Penalty scored
M. Traoré Penalty scored
Tiéhi Penalty missed

Gadji-Celi Penalty scored
Kouadio Penalty scored
Abouo Penalty scored
Maguy Penalty scored
Sié Penalty scored
Gouaméné Penalty scored
Aka Kouamé Penalty scored

Penalty scored Baffoe
Penalty scored N. Lamptey
Penalty scored Naawu
Penalty missed Asare
Penalty scored Yeboah

Penalty scored F. Mensah
Penalty scored Armah
Penalty scored Aborah
Penalty scored Ampeah
Penalty scored Polley
Penalty scored Ansah
Penalty missed Baffoe

Ansah Final 26 January 1992,
Dakar
(Stade de l'Amitié)
10. 1994,
Tunisia
 Nigeria 2–2  Ivory Coast 4–2 1–2 5–4 Rufai Finidi Penalty scored
Siasia Penalty missed
Amokachi Penalty scored
Iroha Penalty scored
Yekini Penalty scored
Penalty scored Aka Kouamé
Penalty scored Fallet
Penalty missed Bassolé
Penalty missed Amani
Gouaméné Semi-finals 6 April 1994,
Tunis
(Stade El Menzah)
11. 1996,
South Africa
 Tunisia 1–1  Gabon 4–1 0–2 4–3 El Ouaer Sellimi Penalty scored
Fekhi Penalty scored
Ben Slimane Penalty scored
El Ouaer Penalty scored
Penalty missed Mackaya
Penalty missed Kassa-Ngoma
Penalty scored Bekogo-Zogo
Mendome Quarter-finals 28 January 1996,
Durban
(Kings Park Stadium)
12. 1998,
Burkina Faso
 Burkina Faso 1–1  Tunisia 8–7 2–3 10–10 Diarra S. Traoré Penalty scored
F. Sanou Penalty scored
Nana Penalty scored
Tallé Penalty missed
A. Ouédraogo Penalty scored

Zongo Penalty missed
Br. Traoré Penalty scored
M. Diabaté Penalty scored
Liade Gnonka Penalty scored
Coulibaly Penalty scored

Penalty scored Rouissi
Penalty scored Badra
Penalty scored Bouazizi
Penalty missed Chihi
Penalty scored Jelassi

Penalty missed Baya
Penalty scored Gabsi
Penalty scored Ghodhbane
Penalty scored Hicheri
Penalty missed Trabelsi

Boumnijel Quarter-finals 21 February 1998,
Ouagadougou
(Stade du 4 Août)
13.  Egypt 0–0  Ivory Coast 5–4 0–1 5–5 El-Sayed Ramzy Penalty scored
Radwan Penalty scored
Kamouna Penalty scored
Mostafa Penalty scored
Imam Penalty scored
Penalty scored Domoraud
Penalty scored Guel
Penalty missed Diomandé
Penalty scored Bakayoko
Penalty scored Ouattara
Gouaméné 21 February 1998,
Ouagadougou
(Stade Municipal)
14.  DR Congo 4–4  Burkina Faso 4–1 0–2 4–3 Nkueni Simba Penalty scored
Mamale Penalty scored
Kisombe Penalty scored
Selenge Penalty scored
Penalty missed S. Traoré
Penalty scored F. Sanou
Penalty missed M. Diabaté
Diarra Third place play-off 27 February 1998,
Ouagadougou
(Stade Municipal)
15. 2000,
Ghana &
Nigeria
 South Africa 2–2  Tunisia 4–3 2–3 6–6 Arendse Bartlett Penalty missed
Mkhalele Penalty scored
Ndlanya Penalty missed
Tinkler Penalty scored
Moshoeu Penalty scored

Bapela Penalty scored

Penalty missed Chihi
Penalty missed Jaziri
Penalty scored Gabsi
Penalty scored Boukadida
Penalty scored Badra

Penalty missed Zitouni

El Ouaer Third place play-off 12 February 2000,
Accra
(Accra Sports Stadium)
16.  Cameroon 2–2  Nigeria 4–3 1–2 5–5 Boukar M'Boma Penalty scored
Wome Penalty scored
Geremi Penalty scored
Foé Penalty missed
Song Penalty scored
Penalty scored Okocha
Penalty scored Okpara
Penalty missed Kanu
Penalty missed Ikpeba
Penalty scored Oliseh
Shorunmu Final 13 February 2000,
Lagos
(National Stadium)
17. 2002,
Mali
 Cameroon 0–0  Senegal 3–2 2–3 5–5 Boukar Wome Penalty missed
Suffo Penalty scored
Lauren Penalty scored
Geremi Penalty scored
Song Penalty missed
Penalty scored Coly
Penalty scored Fadiga
Penalty missed Faye
Penalty missed Diouf
Penalty missed Cisse
Sylva Final 10 February 2002,
Bamako
(Stade du 26 Mars)
18. 2004,
Tunisia
 Tunisia 1–1  Nigeria 5–3 0–1 5–4 Boumnijel Badra Penalty scored
Santos Penalty scored
Mhedhebi Penalty scored
Ben Achour Penalty scored
Haggui Penalty scored
Penalty scored Utaka
Penalty missed Odemwingie
Penalty scored Yobo
Penalty scored Udeze
Enyeama Semi-finals 11 February 2004,
Radès
(Stade 7 Novembre)
19. 2006,
Egypt
 Nigeria 1–1  Tunisia 6–5 2–3 8–8 Enyeama Yobo Penalty missed
Taiwo Penalty scored
Ayila Penalty missed
Obinna Penalty scored
Martins Penalty scored

Mikel Penalty scored
Enyeama Penalty scored
Kanu Penalty scored

Penalty scored Namouchi
Penalty scored Guemamdia
Penalty missed Chedli
Penalty missed Ben Achour
Penalty scored Clayton

Penalty scored Boumnijel
Penalty scored Hadj Massaoud
Penalty missed Bouazizi

Boumnijel Quarter-finals 4 February 2006,
Port Said
(Port Said Stadium)
20.  Ivory Coast 1–1  Cameroon 12–11 0–1 12–12 Tizié Drogba Penalty scored
K. Touré Penalty scored
B. Koné I Penalty scored
Faé Penalty scored
A. Koné Penalty scored

Kouassi Penalty scored
Romaric Penalty scored
Boka Penalty scored
Zokora Penalty scored
Zoro Penalty scored
Tizié Penalty scored
Drogba Penalty scored

Penalty scored Eto'o
Penalty scored Geremi
Penalty scored Atouba
Penalty scored Kome
Penalty scored Meyong Ze

Penalty scored Makoun
Penalty scored Song
Penalty scored Saidou
Penalty scored Douala
Penalty scored Bikey
Penalty scored Hamidou
Penalty missed Eto'o

Hamidou 4 February 2006,
Cairo
(Cairo Military Academy Stadium)
21.  Egypt 0–0  Ivory Coast 4–2 1–2 5–3 El-Hadary A. Hassan Penalty scored
Abdelwahab Penalty scored
A. H. Ali Penalty missed
Zaky Penalty scored
Aboutrika Penalty scored
Penalty missed Drogba
Penalty scored K. Touré
Penalty missed B. Koné I
Penalty scored Eboué
Tizié Final 10 February 2006,
Cairo
(Cairo International Stadium)
22. 2010,
Angola
 Nigeria 0–0  Zambia 5–4 0–1 5–5 Enyeama Mikel Penalty scored
Martins Penalty scored
Obinna Penalty scored
Odemwingie Penalty scored
Enyeama Penalty scored
Penalty scored Chivuta
Penalty scored C. Katongo
Penalty scored Mayuka
Penalty missed Nyirenda
Penalty scored Mweene
Mweene Quarter-finals 25 January 2010,
Lubango
(Estádio Nacional da Tundavala)
23. 2012,
Gabon &
Equatorial Guinea
 Mali 1–1  Gabon 5–4 0–1 5–5 S. Diakité C. Diabaté Penalty scored
Yatabaré Penalty scored
Kanté Penalty scored
Ba. Traoré Penalty scored
Se. Keita Penalty scored
Penalty scored Poko
Penalty scored Mbanangoyé
Penalty scored Mouloungui
Penalty missed Aubameyang
Penalty scored Manga
D. Ovono Quarter-finals 5 February 2012,
Libreville
(Stade d'Angondjé)
24.  Zambia 0–0  Ivory Coast 8–7 1–2 9–9 Mweene C. Katongo Penalty scored
Mayuka Penalty scored
Chansa Penalty scored
F. Katongo Penalty scored
Mweene Penalty scored

Sinkala Penalty scored
Chisamba Penalty scored
Kalaba Penalty missed
Sunzu Penalty scored

Penalty scored Tioté
Penalty scored Bony
Penalty scored Bamba
Penalty scored Gradel
Penalty scored Drogba

Penalty scored Tiéné
Penalty scored Ya Konan
Penalty missed K. Touré
Penalty missed Gervinho

Barry Final 12 February 2012,
Libreville
(Stade d'Angondjé)
25. 2013,
South Africa
 Mali 1–1  South Africa 3–1 0–3 3–4 S. Diakité C. Diabaté Penalty scored
Tamboura Penalty scored
Ma. Traoré Penalty scored
Penalty scored Tshabalala
Penalty missed Furman
Penalty missed Mahlangu
Penalty missed Majoro
Khune Quarter-finals 2 February 2013,
Durban
(Moses Mabhida Stadium)
26.  Burkina Faso 1–1  Ghana 3–2 1–3 4–5 D. Diakité B. Koné II Penalty scored
H. Traoré Penalty scored
Pa. Koulibaly Penalty missed
Bancé Penalty scored
Penalty missed Vorsah
Penalty scored Atsu
Penalty scored Afful
Penalty missed Clottey
Penalty missed Agyemang-Badu
Dauda Semi-finals 6 February 2013,
Mbombela
(Mbombela Stadium)
27. 2015,
Equatorial Guinea
 DR Congo 0–0  Equatorial Guinea 4–2 0–2 4–4 Kidiaba Mabwati Penalty scored
Mabidi Penalty scored
Mbemba Penalty scored
Mongongu Penalty scored
Penalty missed Balboa
Penalty missed Fabiani
Penalty scored Juvenal
Penalty scored Ellong
F. Ovono Third place play-off 7 February 2015,
Malabo
(Estadio de Malabo)
28.  Ivory Coast 0–0  Ghana 9–8 2–3 11–11 Barry Bony Penalty missed
Tallo Penalty missed
Aurier Penalty scored
Doumbia Penalty scored
Y. Touré Penalty scored

Kalou Penalty scored
K. Touré Penalty scored
Kanon Penalty scored
Bailly Penalty scored
Die Penalty scored
Barry Penalty scored

Penalty scored Wakaso
Penalty scored J. Ayew
Penalty missed Acquah
Penalty missed Acheampong
Penalty scored A. Ayew

Penalty scored J. Mensah
Penalty scored Badu
Penalty scored Afful
Penalty scored Baba
Penalty scored Boye
Penalty missed Razak

Razak Final 8 February 2015,
Bata
(Estadio de Bata)
29. 2017,
Gabon
 Cameroon 0–0  Senegal 5–4 0–1 5–5 Ondoa Moukandjo Penalty scored
Oyongo Penalty scored
Teikeu Penalty scored
Zoua Penalty scored
Aboubakar Penalty scored
Penalty scored K. Koulibaly
Penalty scored Kara
Penalty scored Sow
Penalty scored Saivet
Penalty missed Mané
Diallo Quarter-finals 28 January 2017,
Franceville
(Stade de Franceville)
30.  Egypt 1–1  Burkina Faso 4–3 1–2 5–5 El-Hadary Said Penalty missed
Sobhi Penalty scored
Hegazy Penalty scored
M. Salah Penalty scored
Warda Penalty scored
Penalty scored Al. Traoré
Penalty scored Diawara
Penalty scored S. Yago
Penalty missed Koffi
Penalty missed Be. Traoré
Koffi Semi-finals 1 February 2017,
Libreville
(Stade d'Angondjé)
31. 2019,
Egypt
 Benin 1–1  Morocco 4–1 0–2 4–3 Allagbé Verdon Penalty scored
Djigla Penalty scored
Anaane Penalty scored
Séïbou Penalty scored
Penalty scored Idrissi
Penalty missed Boufal
Penalty missed En-Nesyri
Bounou Round of 16 5 July 2019,
Cairo
(Al Salam Stadium)
32.  Madagascar 2–2  DR Congo 4–2 0–2 4–4 Adrien Amada Penalty scored
Métanire Penalty scored
Fontaine Penalty scored
Mombris Penalty scored
Penalty missed Tisserand
Penalty scored Bakambu
Penalty scored M'Poku
Penalty missed Bolasie
Matampi 7 July 2019,
Alexandria
(Alexandria Stadium)
33.  Tunisia 1–1  Ghana 5–4 0–1 5–5 Ben Mustapha Sliti Penalty scored
Khazri Penalty scored
Bronn Penalty scored
Meriah Penalty scored
Sassi Penalty scored
Penalty scored Wakaso
Penalty scored J. Ayew
Penalty missed Ekuban
Penalty scored Agbenyenu
Penalty scored Partey
Ofori 8 July 2019,
Ismailia
(Ismailia Stadium)
34.  Algeria 1–1  Ivory Coast 4–3 1–2 5–5 M'Bolhi Bensebaini Penalty scored
Slimani Penalty scored
Delort Penalty scored
Ounas Penalty scored
Belaïli Penalty missed
Penalty scored Kessié
Penalty scored Cornet
Penalty missed Bony
Penalty scored Gradel
Penalty missed Dié
Gbohouo Quarter-finals 11 July 2019,
Suez
(Suez Stadium)

Statistics[edit]

Key
  • † = shoot-out in the final
  • Bold = winners that year

Shoot-out records[edit]

Most shoot-outs in a tournament
  • 4 - 2019
Least shoot-outs in a tournament (since 1976)
  • 0 - 1990, 2008
Most played shoot-out
  • 2 -  Ivory Coast vs  Cameroon (1992, 2006),  Ivory Coast vs  Ghana (1992, 2015†),  Egypt vs  Ivory Coast (1998, 2006†),  Tunisia vs  Nigeria (2004, 2006),
Most penalties in a shoot-out
  • 24 -  Ivory Coast vs  Ghana (1992†),  Ivory Coast vs  Cameroon (2006)
Fewest penalties in a shoot-out
  • 7 -  Tunisia vs  Gabon (1996),  DR Congo vs  Burkina Faso (1998),  Mali vs  South Africa (2013),  Benin vs  Morocco (2019)
Fewest scores in a shoot-out
  • 4 -  Ivory Coast vs  Cameroon (1992),  Mali vs  South Africa (2013)
Most misses in a shoot-out
  • 5 -  Nigeria vs  Algeria (1988),  Algeria vs  Morocco (1988),  Burkina Faso vs  Tunisia (1998),  South Africa vs  Tunisia (2000),  Cameroon vs  Senegal (2002†),  Nigeria vs  Tunisia (2006),  Ivory Coast vs  Ghana (2015†)
Most scores in a shoot-out
  • 23 -  Ivory Coast vs  Cameroon (2006)

Team records[edit]

Most played
  • 9 -  Ivory Coast (1992†×2, 1994, 1998, 2006†×2, 2012†, 2015†, 2019)
Most played in a tournament
  • 2 -  Algeria (1988),  Ivory Coast (1992†, 2006†)
Most wins
  • 5 -  Nigeria (1984, 1988, 1994, 2006, 2010)
Most wins in a tournament
  • 2 -  Ivory Coast (1992†)
Most losses
  • 5 -  Ivory Coast (1994, 1998, 2006†, 2012†, 2019)
Most consecutive wins
  • 3 -  Nigeria (1984, 1988, 1994)
Most consecutive losses
  • 4 -  Ghana (1992†, 2013, 2015†, 2019)
Most wins without losses
  • 2 -  Mali (2012, 2013)
Most losses without wins
  • 2 -  Morocco (1988, 2019),  Gabon (1996, 2012),  Senegal (2002†, 2017)
Most knockout matches since 1980 without shoot-outs
  • 5 -  Guinea (2004, 2006, 2008, 2015, 2019)
Fewest scores in a shoot-out
  • 1 -  Cameroon (1992),  Gabon (1996),  Burkina Faso (1998),  South Africa (2013),  Morocco (2019)
Most scores in a shoot-out
  • 12 -  Ivory Coast (2006)
Most misses in a shoot-out
  • 3 -  Algeria (1988),  Morocco (1988),  Cameroon (1988),  Tunisia (1998),  Tunisia (2000),  Senegal (2002†),  Tunisia (2006),  South Africa (2013),  Ghana (2015†)

Taker records[edit]

Most participations in shoot-outs
  • 4 - Ivory Coast Didier Drogba (2006†×3, 2012†), Ivory Coast Kolo Touré (2006†×2, 2012†, 2015†)
Most penalties scored
  • 3 - Nigeria Rashidi Yekini (1984, 1988, 1992), Ivory Coast Basile Aka Kouamé (1992†×2, 1994), Tunisia Khaled Badra (1998, 2000, 2004), Cameroon Geremi Njitap (2000†, 2002†, 2006), Ivory Coast Didier Drogba (2006†×2, 2012†), Ivory Coast Kolo Touré (2006†×2, 2015†)
Most penalties missed
  • 2 - Nigeria Ademola Adeshina (1984, 1988), Tunisia Sirajeddine Chihi (1998, 2000), Ivory Coast Wilfried Bony (2015†, 2019)

Goalkeeper records[edit]

Most participations in shoot-outs
  • 4 - Ivory Coast Alain Gouaméné (1992†×2, 1994, 1998)
Most penalties taken against
  • 26 - Ivory Coast Alain Gouaméné
Most penalties scored against
  • 20 - Ivory Coast Alain Gouaméné
Most penalties missed against (saves and off-target shots)
  • 7 - Nigeria Peter Rufai

By team[edit]

Team Played Win Loss % Win Win Year Loss Year
 Mali 2 2 0 100% 2012, 2013 -
 Benin 1 1 0 100% 2019 -
 Madagascar 1 1 0 100% 2019 -
 Nigeria 7 5 2 71% 1984, 1988, 1994, 2006, 2010 2000†, 2004
 Egypt 6 4 2 67% 1986†, 1998, 2006†, 2017 1980, 1984
 DR Congo 3 2 1 67% 1998, 2015 2019
 Cameroon 7 4 3 57% 1984, 2000†, 2002†, 2017 1986†, 1992, 2006
 Algeria 5 3 2 60% 1980, 1988, 2019 1984, 1988
 Tunisia 6 3 3 50% 1996, 2004, 2019 1998, 2000, 2006
 Burkina Faso 4 2 2 50% 1998, 2013 1998, 2017
 South Africa 2 1 1 50% 2000 2013
 Zambia 2 1 1 50% 2012† 2010
 Ivory Coast 9 4 5 44% 1992†×2, 2006, 2015† 1994, 1998, 2006†, 2012†, 2019
 Ghana 5 1 4 20% 1982† 1992†, 2013, 2015†, 2019
 Libya 1 0 1 0% - 1982†
 Equatorial Guinea 1 0 1 0% - 2015
 Morocco 2 0 2 0% - 1988, 2019
 Gabon 2 0 2 0% - 1996, 2012
 Senegal 2 0 2 0% - 2002†, 2017

By year[edit]

  • Penalty shoot-outs were introduced to the Africa Cup of Nations in 1980.
  • Before 1980, only 1 of the knockout stage matches were not decided within 120 minutes. The 1974 Africa Cup of Nations final between Zaire and Zambia drew in 120 minutes, and a replay was scheduled two days later. The final replay was won by Zaire.
Year Teams Knock-out
Matches
Penalties Percentage
1980 8 4 1 25.0%
1982 8 4 1 25.0%
1982 8 4 2 50.0%
1986 8 4 1 25.0%
1988 8 4 2 50.0%
1990 8 4 0 0.0%
1992 12 8 2 25.0%
1994 12 8 1 12.5%
1996 15 8 1 12.5%
1998 16 8 3 37.5%
2000 16 8 2 25.0%
2002 16 8 1 12.5%
2004 16 8 1 12.5%
2006 16 8 3 37.5%
2008 16 8 0 0.0%
2010 16 8 1 12.5%
2012 16 8 2 25.0%
2013 16 8 2 25.0%
2015 16 8 2 25.0%
2017 16 8 2 25.0%
2019 24 16 4 25.0%
Total 176 34 19.3%

Most Penalties in bold

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]


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