The 'Away Goal' rule will come into effect at the end of normal playing time during the second leg.
If the aggregate goal difference between the two teams is zero (0), then the team that scored more away goals would be declared the winner of the tie.
For the benefit of explanation, Team A (home) beats Team B (away) by 2-1 in the first leg and Team B (home) beats Team A (away) 3-2 in the second leg - the goal difference over two legs is zero (aggregate score of 4-4).
In this case, Team A qualifies for the final as it scored two away goals compared to Team B, which scored one 'Away Goal'.
However, if both teams have scored an equal number of goals over two legs of semi-final such that even the 'Away Goals' scored are equal at the end of regulation period of second leg, the game will go into extra time.
The 'Away Goal' rule will not apply in the extra time and the team that scores more goals in the extra time will be declared the winners.
If both teams score no goals / equal number of goals in extra time, the winner would be decided on penalties.
For example, Team A beats Team B 2-1 in first leg and loses to Team B 1-2 in the second leg then the game goes into extra time.
If in extra time both teams score a goal, the away goal rule won't apply and game will further be played on penalties to decide the winner.
The second leg will be the reverse fixture on March 11 and March 13, respectively. (ANI)