Definition of 'normal time'
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Two minutes from the end of normal time the forward was shown a straight red card for reacting angrily to a challenge from Lascelles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The only optimism came from the stadium announcer at the end of normal time. The Sun (2009)Almost pinched it at the end of normal time but his shot was deflected wide. The Sun (2009)The marauding full-back burst into the box and drilled home in the final minute of normal time. The Sun (2015)We'll try to win the game in normal time or extra time. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That it came with just four minutes of normal time remaining edged them closer to passing the test that had recently been beyond them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The Scotland international grabbed the winner with a minute of normal time remaining when he struck at the back post. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There may not have been much malice in the loan striker's petulant reprisal in the final minute of normal time. The Sun (2012)Yet with 11 minutes of normal time left, they looked as if they had lost it. The Sun (2009)His team were trailing 2-1 with 12 minutes left of normal time. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can see on the video how we were all standing at the end of normal time whereas a few of the Australians had to lie down. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then, with just two minutes of normal time left, the visitors had a good shout for a penalty. The Sun (2007)And with one minute of normal time left, they should have been staring at a first defeat in 16 home league games. The Sun (2012)
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