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SQL exercises on soccer Database: Find the number of matches ending with only one goal win except those matches which was decided by penalty shootout

SQL soccer Database: Basic Exercise-14 with Solution

14. From the following table, write a SQL query to count the number of matches ending with only one goal win, except those matches, which was decided by penalty shoot-out. Return number of matches.

Sample table: match_details


Sample Solution:

SELECT COUNT(goal_score) 
FROM match_details 
WHERE win_lose='W' 
AND decided_by<>'P'
AND goal_score=1;

Sample Output:

 count
-------
    13
(1 row)

Relational Algebra Expression:

Relational Algebra Expression: Find the number of matches ending with only one goal win except those matches which was decided by penalty shootout.

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Relational Algebra Tree: Find the number of matches ending with only one goal win except those matches which was decided by penalty shootout.

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Sample Database: soccer

soccer database relationship structure

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Rows:

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Nested select statement in SQL Server.

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Database: SQL Server

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