Bayern Munich Vs. Chelsea, 2012 UEFA Champions League Final: Going To Extra Time

Update: Chelsea defeat Bayern Munich 4-3 on penalties, win UEFA Champions League final

90 minutes will not be enough at the Allianz Arena in Munich between Bayern and Chelsea. We're tied 1-1 after full time and that means we're going to extra time and possibly penalties.

Just a reminder of how extra time works in soccer: The teams will play two 15-minute halves, with a short break between. There are no "golden goal" rules so the teams can score as many goals as they like in the 30 minutes. Should the two sides remain tied after the extra period, we'll go to the most exciting and painfully excruciating way to decide a sporting event known to man, the penalty kicks.

If you're a neutral, buckle your seat belt and enjoy the ride. If you've got a dog in the race, try not to lose your lunch or dinner from all the nerves that are coming.

We' ll have live coverage and updates throughout the game in our 2012 UEFA Champions League Final StoryStream. For more on Bayern, head over to Bayern Munich blog Bavarian Football Works. For more on the Blues, check out Chelsea FC blog We Ain't Got No History. For more on the entire world of football, follow @SBNationSoccer on twitter.

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