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What does the notation "1:1 (0:0)" mean for soccer results?

Asked by MrItty (17371points) June 15th, 2010

From http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/matches/round=249722/match=300061454/index.html

South Africa and Mexico tied 1–1 in their match. I assume that’s what the 1:1 part means, and that’s fine. What does the (0:0) part mean? There is no overtime or penalty kicks in the Group Stage of the World Cup, so I don’t think it’s that…. what is it?

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ragingloli's avatar

0–0 after the first half, 1–1 at the end of the game.

ucme's avatar

Half time score.

MrItty's avatar

ohhhhhhh. Thank you both!

ucme's avatar

@MrItty Welcome i’m sure.

pokopenguin's avatar

o-o problably mans its a tie to 0–0

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