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score (verb)


  1. [They]SCORER_TEAM scored early and after the second we knew that we would lose." [75139 / p9]
  2. [Jan Koller]SCORER scored [for the Czechs]SCORER_TEAM [75146 / back1]
  3. [Gerrard]SCORER scores [75342 / head7]
  4. [The Brazilian striker]SCORER scored early in each half to put the Italian side in command of the tie and, although Porto captain Jorge Costa brought his team back into contention, Adriano completed his hat-trick three minutes from time to wrap up a 4-2 aggregate victory. [1081506 / p2]
  5. Although [Cocu]SCORER scored again almost immediately with a fine volley, time was against the Dutch champions and Milan survived a frantic last few seconds to book their trip to Turkey. [1086476 / p11]
  6. [Crespo]SCORER , preferred in attack to Filippo Inzaghi and Jon Dahl Tomasson, almost scored [with a near-post header]SHOT at a corner in the 14th minute but a combination of the post and Luis García on the line prevented Milan from doubling their lead. [1086988 / p6]
  7. Deschamps responded by sending on midfield player Diego Pérez at the expense of Chevantón but Olympiacos were back in the game when [Okkas]SCORER scored on the hour. [1077177 / p9]

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Frame elements

SCORER [Player] SCORER_TEAM [Team] SHOT [Moving_Ball]

scored They
scored Jan Kollerfor the Czechs
scores Gerrard
scored The Brazilian striker
scored Cocu
scored Crespowith a near-post header
scored Okkas