If a player engages in illegal play, a penalty may result. Possible infractions that might lead to a penalty include, but are not limited to, too much spinning, throwing the ball by hand at the goal, placing the ball to try to get a free kick, and so on. A penalty is taken by first placing the ball in front of the middle attacker. The defenders are raised, and the opposing goalkeeper must try to block the shot. The attackers are allowed to touch the ball only once (so, for example, it is not possible to perform a gancio or reverse European.)

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