In football (soccer), there are instances where a penalty save cannot be repeated. This occurs when the goalkeeper moves off their goal line before the penalty taker kicks the ball. If the goalkeeper saves the penalty and it is discovered that they moved off their line too early, the penalty will be retaken. However, if the goalkeeper moves off their line and then saves the penalty, the save will not be repeated, and the penalty will stand.
Additionally, if a defender encroaches into the penalty area before the penalty taker kicks the ball and the penalty is scored, the goal will stand. However, if the penalty is missed or saved, and it is discovered that a defender encroached into the penalty area, the penalty will be retaken.
It’s important to note that the rules regarding penalty kicks may differ depending on the league or competition being played, and it’s always best to consult the specific regulations for the competition in question.