## What happens if 2 teams draw on aggregate?

Ties that were level on aggregate went to an immediate penalty shootout. Since 2005, two-legged ties have been decided on points, followed by goal difference and the away goals rule; if the result is still tied, the penalty shootout is used.

## What is the aggregate score?

Meaning of aggregate score in English in football, the combined number of goals scored by two teams over two or more games: Man Utd won the first leg 1-0 and Liverpool won the second 3-1, so the aggregate score was 3-2 to Liverpool.

How is aggregate calculated in football?

When two teams play home and away, the total added score of the two matches is called the aggregate score. In two-legged tournaments, the team with the higher aggregate score against their opponent advances to the next round. The aggregate score is calculated by adding the goals scored of both teams across two matches.

What happens if its a draw on aggregate?

Tiebreaking. If the aggregate score is tied after the two legs, various methods can be used to break ties. Under the away goals rule, the team who scored more away goals advances. If away goals are equal, or are not considered, then the tie may be decided by extra time and/or a penalty shootout.

### How does soccer aggregate work?

The two clubs drawn as a pair play each other twice, home-and-home. The winner is decided by adding together the scores from the two games — the aggregate score. If the aggregate score is tied, then the winner is the club that scored more goals on its opponent’s field (usually referred to as “the away goals rule”).

### How do I calculate my aggregate?

The simple maths is divide your JAMB UTME score over 4 to get you score over 60, then follow the o’level grade scores to compute your o’level score over 40. Add the two up and that’s your admission screening aggregate score. An institution totals your UTME score to 400/8 and your o’level computed score is 20.

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