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Andrew Redmayne penalty shootout save, late substitution, who else has done it, Tim Krul 2014 World Cup, Kepa Arrizabalaga refuses to come off, penalty miss, Chelsea, Zeljko Kalac, 2005 penalty shootout

Graham Arnold was not the first and will certainly not be the last coach to convert the goalkeepers into extra time.

On Tuesday morning, the Socceroos chief used his tactics to introduce Andrew Redmanine to Matt Ryan.

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It was a confusing decision for many at the time, but as luck would have it, Ardold’s call was a huge success as Redmond saved Australia in the fifth-straight World Cup qualifier.

Fortunately, we can say that it was a decision-making process.

However, the same gamblers do not always disappear.

But before we look at the horrible examples of the dead goalkeeper’s conversion, it is useful to look at the modern example that gave birth to the event.

Costa Rica beat the Netherlands in the quarterfinals of the 2014 World Cup.

With extra time left, Dutch boss Louis van Gaal handed goalkeeper Jasper Silison to Tim Crill, hoping the latter had a higher chance.

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Crul lost to the Netherlands in a penalty shootout against Costa Rica in the 2014 World Cup.  (Photo by Michael Steel / Getty Images)
Crul lost to the Netherlands in a penalty shootout against Costa Rica in the 2014 World Cup. (Photo by Michael Steel / Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

Like Siles, he did not know that he was going to be late for the game, just as Ryan was, and when he came out of the field he hit the water bottle in frustration.

However, Crul, who was in the Premier League with Newcastle United at the time, saved two penalties and the Dutch managed to reach the semi-finals against Argentina.

Chelsea goalkeeper Capa Arizabalaga has shown how to do it.

First, the 2019 Carabao Cup (now the EFL Cup) between the Blues and Manchester City was a humiliating event.

As the game draws to a close, former Chelsea boss Mauricio Sari has revealed that he will be coming to Cape Town to face City’s penalty taker Willie Caballero.

Instead, Kepa refused to leave the field because Cabalero stood uncomfortably on the side and did not know what to do when Sari yelled.

Kepa eventually remained on the field but City failed to win a free kick in the final and he was sent off in the next game for Chelsea.

In the 2019 Carabao Cup final, Cape Town refused to come to Willie Cabalero. (Photo by Clive Rose / Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

The Spaniard will now play in the FA Cup final against Liverpool.

However, for Blues goalkeeper Edward Mendy, his role changed at the end of extra time.

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has finally failed miserably.

Goalkeeping swaps will also take place in the second round of the 2005 World Cup qualifier against Uruguay in Australia.

Mark Schwartz started the game with a goal, but as the penalty shoot-out approached, substitute goalkeeper Zelko Kalak was told by Soccer boss Gus Hidink to warm up.

However, as Hiddink was forced to pull out of Emerson and defeat Josep Scoco, Brett Emerton’s dream of becoming a Clock man came to an end shortly.

When Calac qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 1974, Schwarzer proved himself as a national hero by saving two balls.

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