West Germany (8-0-0)
Soviet Union (6-2-0)
West Germany (3-3-0)
South Korea (9-2-0)
The place in the group does not have any impact on the draw or seeding.
The are four pots in the draw for UEFA Euro 2016 and teams are divided into pots according to the National Team Coefficient:
For more information read article:
UEFA EURO 2016 final tournament draw details
In which European competition a team starts to play is determined by the results of the team in the previous season of their domestic league. Which means, as in the season 2016-17 Atlético became third in La Liga, they started 2017-18 season in the Champions League (CL) group stage.
But as the CL is more prestigious tournament than the EL, it allows a team ...
Entry by Qualifying Standards
In decathlon, your ability compared to the average athlete is irrelevant; what you need is to meet the fixed entry standard within a certain time period prior to the Games, for yourself.
The entry standard for the 2016 Olympic Games decathlon event was
a score of 8100 or greater,
obtained at an IAAF-approved event
between 1 ...
The English Premier League is guaranteed at least four, and may earn a total of five, places at the next Champions League group stage.
They are assigned in the following priority order.
The previous Champions League winner
The previous Europa League winner
The first-place team in the Premier League
The second-place team in the Premier League
CSKA-Sofia can reach a maximum of 7 points, they cannot qualify in the hypothetical situation given. Changing it so they did would require Young Boys or CFR Cluj to miss points, so AS Roma is still assured of qualifying.
If the remaining teams all reach exactly ten points, tiebreakers effectively remove all matches involving CSKA-Sofia from the table, then ...
Since you explicitly mentioned the UEFA, I'll answer your question using their regulations. And the answer is no. That's not possible.
The UEFA does not allow this behavior in their competitions.
If a team does not play a match or is responsible for it to not take place in any way that team will be disqualified and fined. This means the opponent will ...
If Pakistan lose to Bangladesh, they have 9 points, which is less than the top four teams. They cannot make the semifinals this way.
If Pakistan draws with Bangladesh, they require England's run rate to drop below their own, which requires an extremely large loss to New Zealand. Pakistan's net run rate or NRR would stay the same in case of a drawn match, ...
Before the Bangladesh match, Pakistan have scored 1710 runs from 338.5 overs and conceded 2073 runs from 303.4 overs. Even given a very unlikely scenario:
Bangladesh bat first and are all out for zero.
Pakistan score the one run they need to win without facing a legal ball (no ball, wide, etc)
Pakistan's numbers will now be 1711 runs from 338.5 for, and ...
Teams of the English Premier League can earn a maximum of five places between them in the UEFA Champions League, and a maximum of seven places in all European continental competition.
Those places are allocated as follows:
Winner of UCL 18-19, if any
Winner of UEL 18-19, if any
EPL 18-19 #1
EPL 18-19 #2
EPL 18-19 #3
EPL 18-19 #4 (gets dropped to UEL 19-20 ...
It's hard finding the data for previous years, but the scenario you described actually happened in that same year, 2018, during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
According to the FIA, these were the best sector times in qualifying:
Sector 1: Kimi Raikkonen, 35.283
Sector 2: Kimi Raikkonen, 40.704
Sector 3: Esteban Ocon, 25.044
It gives us the combined "perfect ...
The Qualifying Offer required to retain a RFA's rights is pretty low, a modest raise over last year's salary. To tank your season, that affects your bargaining power. Now your team thinks they can put the squeeze on you because of your poor season. Other teams would wonder if you lost it and will now question whether to sign you (including your tampering ...
It's subjective and ultimately up to the meet directors
The answer is basically: Except for the two final meets in Zurich and Brussels (for which athletes are invited in descending order based on their total DL points this season), it's all based upon athlete reputation and up to the discretion of each meet director. It's usually the job of the athlete's ...