. . . promoting capitalist acts between consenting adults.
My opinion, for what it's worth, is that they should take the penalties BEFORE extra time.
Being ignorant, a characteristic of New Zealanders. The most popular game worldwide has not yet reached the country of the best transport infrastructure of the globe. Think about it.
responding to annon:How about 90 minutes before extra time. :)
Actually, the rugby world cup does have a dropkick competition to determine a winner a the end of final games where the score it tied.Check this:http://www.worldcupweb.com/WCrugby/dropkickrules.asp
But there's a reason, isn't there, that the Rugby World Cup doesn't become the World Drop Goal Championships, isn't there?You know, something to do with it being a game in which points are often scored? ;^)