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Hold your nerve when you take on the Big Penalty Quiz

| 19.06.2014

The World Cup is now well underway and you can be a part of the heart-stopping action thanks to the new Ladbrokes Big Penalty Quiz.

Get involved and put your skills to the test with all the tension of the knockout stages encapsulated in the bookmaker’s latest interactive and fun offering.

Pick a spot and test your World Cup knowledge 

When 120 minutes of fast-paced excitement just isn’t enough to separate two battling teams in the knockout stages during this summer’s World Cup it could all come down to a dreaded penalty shoot-out to settle matters (let’s hope not if you’re an England fan!).

Since the first tournament in 1930, football fans all over the globe have enjoyed testing their knowledge with each passing edition – and with the dreaded penalty kick being responsible for so many memorable moments of the World Cup, we’ve created an interactive quiz to test yours.

The Big Penalty Quiz consists of five questions about some of the most famous spot kicks of all time – all you have to do is see if you can remember where the ball ended up.

When each question flashes up simply choose from ‘Goal’, ‘Save’ and ‘Miss’ and find out if your footballing facts are up to scratch.

Whether you’re cool under pressure or wracked with nerves, share your score on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ with your friends and see if they can do better. The Big Penalty Quiz from Ladbrokes isn’t a matter of life or death – it’s much more important than that!

Big Penalty Quiz

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William Geldart

William contributed to a number of online football blogs before finally finding his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow alongside the rest of the Ladbrokes News team. Now indulging passions for football, horse racing, greyhounds, boxing and political betting. Supports Wycombe Wanderers and can be spotted at various lower league and non-league grounds across the country.