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lose (verb)


  1. [Northern Ireland]LOSER had already lost [3-0]FINAL_SCORE [to Poland]WINNER and Azerbaijan were subsequently defeated by Austria.
  2. [Egaleo]LOSER , who lost [1-0]FINAL_SCORE [to Middlesbrough FC]WINNER on Matchday 1, almost regained parity on 33 minutes.
  3. [Albania]LOSER, who also lost [in Turkey]MATCH_LOCATION on Saturday, remain fifth. [75203 / p2]
  4. Having lost [2-0]FINAL_SCORE [at home]MATCH_LOCATION [against Portugal]WINNER on Saturday, it was imperative [the UEFA EURO 2004™ finalists]LOSER recorded a victory away to the Group 3 outsiders in order to revive their hopes of reaching the 2006 finals in Germany. [75229 / p2]
  5. Slovakia next face Latvia in Bratislava on 9 October while [Liechtenstein]LOSER, who lost [their opening qualifier]MATCH [2-1]FINAL_SCORE [at home]MATCH_LOCATION [to Estonia]WINNER in August, are at home to UEFA EURO 2004™ finalists Portugal the same day. [75230 / p6]
  6. Having lost [at home]MATCH_LOCATION [against Norway]WINNER on Saturday, [Scotland]LOSER were keen to bounce back and early on Stevie Crawford came close as he went past Serghei Lascencov and sent in a shot that went just over the crossbar. [75303 / p3]

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Frame elements

FINAL_SCORE [Score] LOSER [Team] MATCH [Match] MATCH_LOCATION [Stadium_Location] WINNER [Team]

had lost 3-0Northern Irelandto Poland
lost 1-0Egaleoto Middlesbrough FC
lost Albaniain Turkey
Having lost 2-0the UEFA EURO 2004™ final...at homeagainst Portugal
lost 2-1Liechtensteintheir opening qualifierat hometo Estonia
Having lost Scotlandat homeagainst Norway