scoreline

scoreline

(ˈskɔːlaɪn)
n
(General Sporting Terms) Brit the score or final result of a football, rugby, or tennis etc match
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scoreline

[ˈskɔːrlaɪn] n (SPORT)score m
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scoreline

n (Brit Sport) → Endergebnis nt, → Endstand m
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scoreline

[ˈskɔːlaɪn] n (Sport) → risultato
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But the 24-year-old defender claimed the scoreline was harsh on Graham Potter's enterprising side, who refused to sit back against the champions and enjoyed 46 per cent of possession.
Soon after, Tottenham struck back with an equaliser as Erik Lamela registered the goal in the 23rd minute, bringing the scoreline to 1-1.
The coach said he was happy that they managed to win all their two games, with a scoreline of 3-0, without any team winning a set against them.
I scoreline our efforts Rogers Sheffield hit three straight maximums in the middle part of the meeting to open up a big lead which the Brummies were never able to recover from.
Omar Mosaad defeated Chris Hanson of the United States by an 11/4, 7/11, 13/11, 8/11 and 11/9 scoreline in 72 minutes.
Acting against all odds, ScoreLine is a Karachi-based monthly which is supposed to be devoted to sports in general but focuses on cricket for the present.
'It's a good start and a big scoreline is the least from what I demanded from the players,' Aguirre was quoted as saying by KingFut.
Pakistan won the next set with a scoreline of 21-25 taking a 2-1 lead in the match.
Pakistan won the next set with a scoreline of 21-25, taking a 2-1 lead in the match.
In the intense final set, Pakistan clinched the fourth set 25-23, winning the quarterfinal with a scoreline of 25-21, 21-25, 21-25, 23-25.
The scoreline at Leicester was a touch harsh on Wolves, who played some excellent football in the first half but were punished for not taking their chances.
But after extra time, penalties were needed to split the two clubs, and of course, the game was destined to finish with a 5-4 scoreline.