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The Missed Penalties by Numbers
Penalties Missed/Saved 29
Penalties at home

29

Penalties away

31

Penalties Scored 61
Penalties against England 80

The Penalties Against the Goalkeepers

 

name

saved/
missed
scored
against
total

Peter Shilton

2 13 15

Ray Clemence

1 7 8

David James

2 5 7
Jordan Pickford 1 6 7

David Seaman

3 2 5

Gordon Banks

1 4 5
Harry Hibbs 3 0 3
Ron Springett 2 1 3
Sam Hardy 1 2 3
Nigel Martyn 1 2 3
Gil Merrick 0 3 3

When the Penalties were Scored against England
0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21-25 26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45   46-50 51-55 56-60 61-65 66-70 71-75 76-80 81-85 86-90 added
time
nk   total
2 2 1 2 4 3 5 2 2   3 3 2 2 5 3 2 6 7 2
3
  61
24   35  

The Seven Pre-War Penalty-Kicks Scored against England
 

- "If any player shall intentionally trip put on hold an opposing player, or deliberately handle the ball within twelve yards from his own goal-line, the referee shall, on appeal, award the opposing side a penalty kick, to be taken from any point twelve yards from the goal-line, under the following conditions:-All players, with the exception of the player taking the penalty kick and the opposing goal-keeper (who shall not advance more than six yards from the goal-line) shall stand at least six yards behind the ball. The ball shall be in play when the kick is taken, and a goal may be scored from the penalty kick." - 2 June 1891, Glasgow
  

"but the ball shall not be again played by the kicker until it has been played by another player. If necessary, time of play shall be extended to admit of the penalty kick being taken."
- 13 June 1892, Llandudno

"A suitable mark shall be made opposite each goal-post, 18 yards from the goal-line, to assist the Referee in enforcing the regulations as regards the penalty kick under Law 14." - 17 June 1901, Giant's Causeway

"
In the event of any intentional infringement of Law 10 by the defending side within the penalty area, the Referee shall award the opponents a penalty kick which shall be taken from the penalty kick mark under the following conditions ;—All players, with the exception of the player taking the penalty kick and the opponents' goal-keeper shall be outside the penalty area. The opponents' goal-keeper shall be within the goal area. The ball must be kicked forward. The ball shall be in play when the kick is taken, and a goal may be scored from a penalty kick ; but the ball shall not be again played by the kicker until it has been played by another player. If necessary, time of play shall be extended to admit of the penalty kick being taken. A free kick shall also be awarded to the opposite side if the ball is not kicked forward, or is played a second time by the player who takes the penalty kick, until it has been played by another player." - 16 June 1902, Scarborough

1 1908-09
1 June 1909, 8-1 vs. Austria, Hohe Warte Stadion, Wien
Nineteen year-old inside-left Leopold Neubauer scored the first opposition penalty kick against England, it was against Sam Hardy (26 yrs 278 dys). Another source names Ludwig Hussak, who was a 25 year-old outside-right. The reason for the award is unknown.

2 1919-20
15 March 1920, 1-2 vs. Wales, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
21 year-old centre-forward Stan Davies equalised with his fourteenth minute penalty kick against Sam Hardy (37 yrs 202 dys). The kick was awarded after captain Jesse Pennington handled the ball in the area.

3 1923-24
1 November 1923, 2-2 vs. Belgium, Bosuil Stadion, Antwerpen
26 year-old left-half Achille Schelstraete put his country ahead with his 75th minute penalty kick against the debuting Ted Hufton (30 yrs 340 dys).

4 1926-27
12 February 1927, 3-3 vs. Wales, The Racecourse, Wrexham
27 year-old centre-forward Len Davies and already scored for his country before he despatched a 36th minute penalty kick against the debuting Jack Brown (27 yrs 329 dys) to even the scoreline at two each. The penalty was awarded after George Green was adjudged to have tackled Rees Williams unfairly.

5 1927-28
19 May 1928, 3-1 vs. Belgium, Olympisch Stadion, Antwerp
27 year-old inside-left Jacques Moeschal scored after 25 minutes against Ben Olney (29 yrs 58 dys) to open the scoring. The kick was awarded after Vince Matthews handled the ball. It is unsure whether this kick was taken outside or inside the penalty area.

6 1935-36
4 April 1936, 1-1 vs. Scotland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
20 year-old inside-right Tommy Walker scored his penalty kick after 76 minutes against Ted Sagar (26 yrs 57 dys) to equalise for his country. After a free-kick, debutant John Crum was brought down on the six-yard box. Keeping his nerve as the wind blew the ball of the spot.

7 1937-38
21 May 1938, 1-2 vs. Switzerland, Hardturm Stadion, Zürich
27 year-old inside-left André Abegglen scored after 73 minutes against Vic Woodley (28 yrs 97 dys) to win the match for his country.

The Fifty-four Post-War Penalty-Kicks Scored against England

8 1 1947-48           
19 November 1947, 4-2 vs. Sweden, Arsenal Stadium, Highbury
27 year-old inside-right Gunnar Gren scored a 68th minute penalty kick against Frank Swift (33 yrs 328 dys) to score the second of the afternoon for his country. Both Neil Franklin and George Hardwick had a share in bringing down Gunnar Nordahl.

9 2 1949-50           
21 September 1949, 0-2 vs. Éire, Goodison Park, Liverpool
26 year-old centre-half Con Martin scored a 32nd minute penalty kick that spun over the line despite a Bert Williams (29 yrs 233 dys) save. The penalty was awarded after Bert Mozley had brought down Peter Desmond.

10 & 11 3 & 4 1951-52           
28 November 1951, 2-2 vs. Austria, Empire Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old inside-left Ernst Stojaspal scored an 88th minute left-sidefooted penalty kick which was almost saved by Gil Merrick (29 yrs 306 dys), who had got his hand to the kick. The penalty was awarded after Bill Eckersely used his hand to punch away Adolf Huber's header which was aiming towards the top corner of the goal.
25 May 1952, 2-3 vs. Austria, Praterstadion, Wien
26 year-old inside-left Adolf Huber scored an 28th minute penalty kick to the right of Gil Merrick (30 yrs 120 dys). The penalty was awarded after Robert Dienst was chasing a long ball and collapsed when Jack Froggatt attempted to tackle him. Dienst had kicked the ball too far in front of him.

12 5 1952-53           
8 June 1953, 6-3 vs. United States, Yankee Stadium, New York
29 year-old centre-forward George Athineos scored a 66th minute penalty kick against Ted Ditchburn (32 yrs 227 dys) save. The penalty was dubiously awarded after Harry Johnston handled the ball in the area. 'The ball popped up up and hit Harry Johnston's hand in a tackle'.

13 6 1953-54           
21 October 1953, 4-4 vs. Rest of the World, Empire Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old centre-half Ladislav Kubala scored a slow, precise sixth minute penalty kick to the right of Gil Merrick (31 yrs 268 dys). The penalty was awarded after Bernard Vukas was clipped from behind by Bill Eckersley as he was sprinting into the area.

14 7 1954-55           
15 May 1955, 0-1 vs. France, Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris
23 year-old centre-forward Raymond Kopa scored the only goal of the match with a 37th minute penalty kick against Bert Williams (35 yrs 104 dys) amidst a hailstorm. The penalty was awarded after the referee, Elrich Schmetzer, controversially penalised Peter Sillett following his tackle on Jean Vincent. Williams slipped as Kopa took the kick.

15 8 1961-62           
14 April 1962, 0-2 vs. Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow
27 year-old left-back Eric Caldow scored an 88th minute penalty kick against Ron Springett (26 yrs 266 days).

16 9 1962-63           
9 April 1963, 1-2 vs. Scotland, Empire Stadium, Wembley
23 year-old left-half Jim Baxter scored a 32nd minute penalty kick against the debuting Gordon Banks (25 yrs 97 days). The penalty kick was awarded Jim Baxter himself was fouled getting inbetween Roger Byrne and Ron Flowers.

17 10 1966 World Cup Finals       
26 July 1966, 2-1 vs. Portugal, Empire Stadium, Wembley
Eusébio
scored his consolation penalty kick in the 82nd minute against Gordon Banks (28 yrs 108 days), sending the goalkeeper the wrong way.

18 11 1968-69           
15 January 1969, 1-1 vs. Romania, Empire Stadium, Wembley
centre-forward Florea Dumitrache scored a 74th minute penalty kick against Gordon Banks (31 yrs 16 days).

19 12 1971-72           
29 April 1972, 1-3 vs. West Germany, Empire Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old forward Günter Netzer scored an 85th minute penalty kick against Gordon Banks (34 yrs 121 days), going in off the post after the goalkeeper got both hands to the ball.

20 & 21 13 & 14 1972-73           
12 May 1973, 2-1 vs. Northern Ireland, Goodison Park, Liverpool
Dave Clements scored a 22nd minute penalty kick low to the right of Peter Shilton (23 yrs 236 dys). The penalty was awarded awarded after Peter Storey elbowed Sammy Morgan to the ground.
10 June 1973, 2-1 vs. USSR, Central V.I. Lenin Stadium, Moskva
Volodymyr Muntian scored a 66th minute penalty kick against Peter Shilton (23 yrs 256 dys).

22 15 1973-74           
22 May 1974, 2-2 vs. Argentina, Empire Stadium, Wembley
29 year-old centre-forward Mario Kempes scored an 89th minute penalty kick against Peter Shilton (24 yrs 246 dys).

23 16 1974-75           
24 May 1975, 5-1 vs. Scotland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old Bruce Rioch scored an 89th minute penalty kick against Ray Clemence (26 yrs 292 dys).

24 & 25 17 & 18 1976-77           
8 September 1976, 1-1 vs. Republic of Ireland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Gerry Daly scored a 52nd minute penalty kick against Ray Clemence (28 yrs 34 dys).
31 May 1977, 0-1 vs. Wales, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Leighton James scored the only goal of the game with a 44th minute penalty kick against Peter Shilton (27 yrs 255 dys).

26 19 1978-79           
20 September 1978, 4-3 vs. Denmark, Idrætsparken, København
Centre-forward Allan Simonsen scored a 25th minute penalty kick against Ray Clemence (30 yrs 46 dys).

27-29 20-22 1979-80           
17 October 1979, 5-1 vs. Northern Ireland, Windsor Park, Belfast
22 year-old winger Vic Moreland scored a 49th minute penalty kick against Peter Shilton (30 yrs 29 dys) to register his first ever international goal. The kick was awarded after after Mick Mills had brought down Sammy McIlroy.
13 May 1980, 3-1 vs. Argentina, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old centre-back Daniel Passarella scored a 55th minute penalty kick against Ray Clemence (31 yrs 282 dys). The kick was awarded after Kenny Sansom slid in on Diego Maradona.
31 May 1980, 2-1 vs. Australia, Cricket Ground, Sydney
23 year-old Gary Cole scored an 88th minute penalty kick against Joe Corrigan (31 yrs 195 dys). The kick was awarded after Joe Corrigan fouled substitute Peter Sharne.
30 23 1980 European Championship Finals           
18 June 1980, 2-1 vs. Spain, Stadio San Paulo, Napoli
28 year-old substitute Dani
scored his penalty-kick after 48 minutes. A second kick was awarded after 54 minutes which Dani also converted, but this was ordered to be retaken and then saved by Ray Clemence (31 years 318 days).

31 & 32 24 & 25 1980-81           
15 October 1980, 1-2 vs. Romania, Stadionul 23 August, Bucureşti
Anghel Iordănescu  scored a 75th minute penalty kick against Ray Clemence (32 yrs 71 dys).
23 May 1981, 0-1 vs. Scotland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
John Robertson scored the only goal of the game with a 64th minute penalty kick against against Joe Corrigan (32 yrs 187 dys).

33 26 1981-82           
3 June 1982, 4-1 vs. Finland, Olympiastadion, Helsinki
Kai Haaskivi scored an 83rd minute penalty kick against Ray Clemence (33 yrs 302 dys).

34 27 1982-83           
22 September 1982, 2-2 vs. Denmark, Idrætsparken, København
Allan Hansen
scored a 69th minute penalty kick against Peter Shilton (33 yrs 4 dys).

35 & 36 28 & 29 1983-84           
21 September 1983, 0-1 vs. Denmark, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Allan Simonsen became the first player to score two penalty kicks against England when he scored the only goal of the game after 38 minutes against Peter Shilton (34 yrs 3 dys) following a Phil Neal handball.
13 June 1984, 0-2 vs. Uruguay, Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Luis Acosta scored with an eighth minute penalty kick against against Peter Shilton (34 yrs 269 dys).

37 30 1984-85           
6 June 1985, 1-2 vs. Italy, Estádio Azteca, ciudad de México
Alessandro Altobelli
scored an 89th minute penalty kick against Peter Shilton (35 yrs 262 dys).

38 31 1985-86           
23 April 1986, 2-1 vs. Scotland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Graeme Souness
scored a 57th minute penalty kick against Peter Shilton (36 yrs 217 dys).

39 32 1988-89           
8 February 1989, 2-1 vs. Greece, Olympiakó Stádio Spyros Louis, Athina
Dimitris Saravakos
scored a first minute penalty kick against Peter Shilton (39 yrs 143 dys). Shilton is now the oldest keeper to concede a penalty kick.

40 & 41 33 & 34 1990 World Cup Finals           
1 July 1990, 3-2 vs. Cameroon, Stadio San Paulo, Napoli
Emmanuel Kundé scored a right-footed placed 62nd minute penalty kick just away from Peter Shilton's (40 yrs 286 dys) left reach. The kick was awarded after Paul Gascoigne had stuck out his foot as Roger Miller ran into the area, attempting to glide past him, bringing him down.
7 July 1990, 1-2 vs. Italy, Stadio San Nicola, Bari
Salvatore Schillaci scored a winning 85th minute penalty against Peter Shilton (40 yrs 293 dys), sending the keeper the wrong way with his right-footed strike going into the right of the goal. Awarded after Schillaci was himself brought down by Paul Parker on the line, as he took a pass from Baggio.

42 35 1991-92           
3 June 1992, 2-1 vs. Finland, Olympiastadion, Helsinki
Ari Hjelm
scored a 27th minute penalty kick against Chris Woods (32 yrs 202 dys).

43 36 1992-93           
28 April 1993, 2-2 vs. Netherlands, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Peter van Vossen
scored an 85th minute penalty kick against Chris Woods (33 yrs 165 dys), sending him the wrong way. The penalty was awarded after Des Walker began to hold back Marc Overmars' shirt outside the penalty area, collapsing inside the area.

44 37 1996 European Championship Finals           
8 June 1996, 1-1 vs. Switzerland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Kubilay Türkyilmaz
scored his penalty-kick after 83 minutes that sent David Seaman (32 yrs 268 dys) the wrong way. The penalty was awarded after Stuart Pearce handled the ball as Grassi attempted to lob the ball over his head.

45 38 1997-98           
11 February 1998, 0-2 vs. Chile, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Marcelo Salas
scored a 79th minute penalty kick against Nigel Martyn (31 yrs 184 dys).
46 39 1998 World Cup Finals           
30 June 1998, 2-2 vs. Argentina, Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne
29 year-old left-sided forward Gabriel Batistuta scored a sixth minute penalty kick against David Seaman (34 yrs 290 dys).

47 40 2000 European Championship Finals           
20 June 2000, 2-3 vs. Romania, Stade Communal, Charleroi
26 year-old substitute Ioan Ganea
had been on the pitch for fifteen minutes when he scored his winning last minute penalty-kick against Nigel Martyn (33 yrs 314 dys). The penalty was awarded after Phil Neville brought down Moldovan on the right-hand side.

48 41 2001-02           
27 March 2002, 1-2 vs. Italy, Elland Road, Leeds
27 year-old substitute Vincenzo Montella
scored his second goal of the match with a winning penalty kick two minutes into injury time against the substitute goalkeeper David James (31 yrs 238 dys).

49 42 2002-03           
22 May 2003, 2-1 vs. South Africa, ABSA Stadium, Durban
25 year-old forward Benni McCarthy
scored an 18th minute equalising penalty kick against substitute goalkeeper David James (32 yrs 294 dys). The kick was awarded after Danny Mills handled the ball.

50 43 2003-04           
16 November 2003, 2-3 vs. Denmark, Old Trafford, Manchester
28 year-old forward Martin Jørgensen scored his second goal of the match with a 30th minute penalty kick against David James (33 yrs 107 dys). The kick was awarded after Danny Mills handled the ball.
51 44 2004 European Championship Finals           
13 June 2004, 1-2 vs. France, Estádio do SL Benfica, Lisboa
31 year-old midfielder Zinedine Zidane
scored his second goal of the match with a winning penalty-kick three minutes into injury time against David James (33 yrs 317 dys).

52 & 53 45 & 46 2007-08           
17 October 2007, 1-2 vs. Russia, Olimpiyskiy Kompleks Luzhniki Stadion, Moskva
25 year-old substitute Roman Pavlyuchenko scored a 67th minute equalising penalty kick against Paul Robinson (28 yrs 2 dys). Wayne Rooney had clipped the feet of the sprinting Konstantin Zyryanov as he was running into the penalty area.
26 March 2008, 0-1 vs. France, Stade de France, Saint Denis
24 year-old midfielder Franck Ribéry scored the only goal of the game with a 32nd minute penalty kick against David James (37 yrs 238 dys). The penalty was awarded after
James had brought down the ensuing Nicola Anelka in the area.

54 47 2015-16           
29 March 2016, 1-2 vs. Netherlands, National Stadium, Wembley
21 year-old centre forward Vincent Janssen scored a 50th minute left-footed equalising penalty kick in just his second appearance against Fraser Forster (28 yrs 12 dys) after Danny Rose handled the ball in the area as Narsingh was crossing the ball back into the danger area following a costly John Stones slip.

55 48 2017-18           
27 March 2018, 1-1 vs. Italy, National Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old leftsided forward Lorenzo Insigne
scored a controversial 87th minute penalty against Jack Butland (25 yrs 17 dys) after debutant James Tarkowski stood on Chiesa's ankle. Awarded belatedly by VAR.
56 49 2018 World Cup Finals           
18 June 2018, 2-1 vs. Tunisia, Volgograd Arena, Volgograd
26 year-old defensive midfielder Ferjani Sassi scored his penalty kick after 35 minutes against Jordan Pickford (24 yrs 103 dys). Kyle Walker was adjudged to have elbowed Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, which VAR did not dispute.

57 50 2019-20           
10 September 2019, 5-3 vs. Kosovo, St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton
25 year-old and Kosovan record goalscorer Vedat Muriq
scored a 55th minute penalty against Jordan Pickford (25 yrs 187 dys). The penalty was awarded after Muriqi himself had done down after slight contact with Harry Maguire.

58 & 59 51 & 52 2020-21           
11 October 2020, 2-1 vs. Belgium, National Stadium, Wembley
27 year-old and Belgian record goalscorer Romalu Lukaku scored a 16th minute penalty kick against Jordan Pickford (26 yrs 218 dys). The kick was awarded after Eric Dier brought down Lukaku in the area.
14 October 2020, 0-1 vs. Denmark, National Stadium, Wembley
28 year-old right-sided midfielder Christian Eriksen scored the only goal of the game with a 35th minute penalty kick against Jordan Pickford (26 yrs 221 dys). The penalty was awarded after
Kasper Dolberg was fouled in the area by Kyle Walker.

60 & 61 53 & 54 2021-22           
12 October 2021, 1-1 vs. Hungary, National Stadium, Wembley
24 year-old centre-forward Roland Salli scored a 24th minute penalty against Jordan Pickford (27 yrs 219 dys). The penalty was awarded after Luke Shaw was adjudged to have fouled Loöc Négo with a high foot.
4 June 2022, 0-1 vs. Hungary, National Stadium, Wembley
21 year-old forward Dominik Szoboszlai scored a 66th minute penalty against Jordan Pickford (28 yrs 89 dys). The penalty was awarded after substitute Reece James blocked Zsolt Nagy with an elbow.

 
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