SQL Exercise: 2nd highest stoppage time in the 2nd half of matches
SQL soccer Database: Joins Exercise-23 with Solution
23. From the following tables, write a SQL query to find those match(s) where the second highest amount of stoppage time was added in the second half of the match. Return match number, country name and stoppage time.
Sample table: match_mast
Sample table: match_details
Sample table: soccer_country
SELECT a.match_no, c.country_name, a.stop2_sec FROM match_mast a JOIN match_details b ON a.match_no=b.match_no JOIN soccer_country c ON b.team_id=c.country_id WHERE (2-1) = ( SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT(b.stop2_sec)) FROM match_mast b WHERE b.stop2_sec > a.stop2_sec);
match_no | country_name | stop2_sec ----------+--------------+----------- 15 | France | 374 15 | Albania | 374 (2 rows)
The said query in SQL that retrieves data from the tables match_mast, match_details, and soccer_country. It selects the match number, country name, and stop2_sec columns from the respective tables.
The JOIN clause joins the table match_mast on match_no with match_details, and match_details on team_id with soccer_country.
Filters the data based on the condition that the difference between the number 2 and the number 1 is equal to the count of distinct stop2_sec values in match_mast table that are greater than the stop2_sec value in the current row of match_mast table.
Sample Database: soccer
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