In order to reduce the likelihood of them being evicted, the women's World Cup women's goalkeepers will not be booked to get out of the golf course during the shootout, IFAB said on Friday.
IFAB's submissions on June 1 mean that the goalkeeper must have one foot at least partially in the line when the punishment is taken and can neither stand behind nor in front of him.
The law now states that if the goalkeeper fails a violation
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– Schedule of the World Cup Women 19659002] IFAB said it has approved a request from the global governing body FIFA for a temporary exemption from the yellow card requirement of the goalkeeper who is punished for the offense.
"And FIFA and IFA … believe that the requirement to alert an infringing goalkeeper in Kicks from the Brand Pen (KFPM) in matches with video assistant referees is unnecessary and risks unjustly distorting the KFPM if the goalkeeper is expelled , IFAB said in a statement
IFAB added that the presence of VAR increases the likelihood of violations
"As the KFPM goalkeeper is likely to face a number of hits, there is a higher risk that the goalkeeper will be sent for second precaution if he / she has already been warned at normal time or two warnings during the KFPM, the goalkeeper will continue to be reserved to leave the line before the penalties are taken in "normal time", as IFAB said it would be unfair to those who have already been warned of such crimes if you change
"Following the end of the tournament, disciplinary punishment for violations committed by the goalkeeper in penalties may be further discussed within IFAB," said FIFA Judge FIFA Chairman
The question of VAR custodians to go out from the line, was in the light and the spotlight of the World Cup for women.
Three goalie players have shown yellow cards in the tournament for violating this law. In France with Nigeria Wendy Renard missed his first attempt to punish, but after VAR intervened, goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie was warned to leave his line.
Scotland was eliminated from the tournament after their keeper Lee Alexander saved a penalty against Argentina only to be punished for her withdrawal.
Argentina's Florencia Bonsegundo scored in a row to grab a draw that sent Scotland to crash.
Prior to the change in the rule, which came into force on June 1
"We discussed the issue with players and coaches and finally we decided to help the goalkeepers by allowing them to have only one foot on the door line instead of two," said Collina. "Because this change in their work is definitely easier than before, and it is also easier for them to comply with the current law than the previous version, then if there is a law, judges need to apply it – especially when instruments such as VAR or GLT are
The last 16 World Cup matches start on Saturday
Information from Tom Hamilton and Graham Hayes from ESPN, as well as Reuters, contributed to this report