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that in the 19th century if a football game was drawn the points were awarded to the team with more corners?
In the 18th century the game was awarded to the team whose captain possessed the largest horse.
Although early into this century, some of the early European knockouts were actually decided on a coin toss.
And I remember reading about an Everton game that lasted four hours.
Maybe they should have just decided the game on the overall quality of haircuts, like I do.
As soon as I saw Italy's hair (apart from that bloke who looked like a Japanese doll) I knew their hair was going to win the cup.
losing on corners is worse than on penalties