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3 scenarios in football

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badminton scenario 1:
P2 M2
By Jordan Croucher
scenario 3:
description of scenario: it is 29-29 and they are playing the final point.
Scenario 1
description; on 23rd of February 2008 Eduardo Da Silva an Arsenal player broke his leg due to a tackle by Birmingham's Martin Taylor
scenario 3: penalty kick
description of scenario: Brazil are playing Uruguay and it is a corner to Uruguay when David Luiz fouls a Uruguayan player in the penalty area
6 scenarios in football and badminton
Scenario 2: offside rule
scenario 2:
Application of rules:
The Rule being broken is rule 12: Fouls/Misconduct. These are many and varied, broadly speaking it is an offence to use excessive force whilst playing the game either deliberately or undeliberately or to handle the ball (unless you are a goal keeper). The referee may show the yellow card to caution players for less serious offences and the red card for more serious offences resulting in the player being sent off. Two yellow cards are equivalent to one red card.

Resulting action taken by official: a free kick was awarded by the ref which is rule 13 and Martin Taylor was sent off (red card) which relates to rule 12 and Birmingham played the rest of the game with 10 players
description of scenario: it is an attacking free kick to inter Milan and sienna catch them out with the offside trap.
application of rules:
rule 11 is being broken: Offside, It is an offense for a player to be in contact with the ball when they are closer to the opponents' goal than both the ball and the second-last opponent. The offside rule exists to ensure there are always opponents (generally the goal keeper and a defender) between a player receiving the ball and the goal. Without the offside rule, play can become boring with repeated long balls being kicked to a player stood next to the goalkeeper for an easy goal.

resulting action taken by official: a free kick (rule 13) was awarded to sienna, as this is the sanction for being offside
application of rules: 12. Fouls/Misconduct. These are many and varied, broadly speaking it is an offence to use excessive force whilst playing the game either deliberately or undeliberately or to handle the ball (unless you are a goal keeper). The referee may show the yellow card to caution players for less serious offences and the red card for more serious offences resulting in the player being sent off. Two yellow cards are equivalent to one red card.




resulting action taken by official: a penalty kick was awarded as they are given against a team when they commit an offence which would normally be awarded a direct free kick inside their goal area. The ball is kicked from stationary from the penalty spot. The opposing team must be outside of the penalty area and at least 9.15 m from the ball.

description of scenario: the shuttle cock is played into the net by the payer
application of rules: due to the shuttle cock not being returned by the player it means the rally ends. in this case the player hits the shuttle into the net and in due course play has stopped
the resulting action taken by the official: the official will award a point to the team who forced that error upon the other team and play will restart with a serve.
description of scenario: the player hits the shuttle cock out of the court.
application of rules: due to the player hitting the shuttle out of the court it means the rally ends.
the resulting action taken by the official: the official will award a point to the team who forced that error upon the other team and play will restart with a serve.
application of rules: the team in which fails to return the shuttle cock means that the rally is ended. so the team who forced the error win the point.
resulting action taken by official: the official will award a point to the team who forced the error which means the match ends as after 20-20 it is the first pair to win by 2 clear points or whoever reaches 30 points first. and this means their team wins 30-29
thanks for watching!
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