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chance (noun)


  1. [José Antonio Reyes]PLAYER had [the visitors']TEAM first real chance after 70 minutes, but Kahn saw the Spanish youngster's free-kick fly wide. [1081503 / p11]
  2. [Ryan Giggs and Craig Bellamy]PLAYER, leading the attack in the absence of the injured John Hartson, had six great chances between them, but there was no way past Austrian custodian Helge Payer, who produced a world-class performance to keep his team in the game. [75341 / p3]
  3. [GAK]TEAM had the better of the chances but only when their opponents' concentration slipped. [79934 / p3]
  4. After a nervy start, the first chance fell [to Sporting]TEAM on eleven minutes. [79573 / p3]
  5. But it was the first of a string of chances [for Austria]TEAM , with Libor Sionko and Rushfeldt both finding the side-netting with later efforts. [79562 / p5]
  6. There were further chances [for Trezeguet and Miccoli]PLAYER again but Djurgården held on for the draw. [79344 / p8]

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PLAYER [Player] TEAM [Team]

had chance José Antonio Reyesthe visitors'
had chances Ryan Giggs and Craig Bell...
had chances GAK
fell chance to Sporting
chances for Austria
chances for Trezeguet and Miccoli