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pull_back (verb)


  1. However, [Birkirkaka]SCORER did pull [one]GOAL back eight minutes from the break when Brachini put through his own goal. [79036 / p3]
  2. [Shakhtar]SCORER_TEAM pulled [one]GOAL back almost immediately when Brazilian striker Elano converted a near-post header after a rare foray into the Alkmaar penalty area, but it was too little, too late and the Dutch side sealed a place in Friday's draw. [80114 / p9]
  3. [Kofi Amponsah]SCORER pulled [one]GOAL back , but a series of missed opportunities cost AEK as Lille moved clear at the top. [79754 / p2]
  4. [Barukh Dego]SCORER pulled [one]GOAL back , but two late goals from Roy Makaay wrapped up the win, and with Juve defeating AFC Ajax 1-0, Bayern were through. [1077214 / p2]
  5. [Ioannis Okkas]SCORER pulled [a goal]GOAL back on the hour but then missed a golden opportunity to level matters as Monaco survived a frantic finish. [1077177 / p2]
  6. First-half goals from Luis García and John Arne Riise and an injury-time free-kick from Dietmar Hamann secured a victory which would have been even more conclusive had [substitute França]SCORER not pulled back [a goal]GOAL [for the visitors]SCORER_TEAM with virtually the game's last kick. [1081499 / p2]
  7. Four minutes into the second half, Loucas Karadimos provided a centre that the away defence failed to deal with and [Yasemakis]SCORER capitalised from close range to pull [a goal]GOAL back. [79368 / p6]

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Frame elements

GOAL [Goal] SCORER [Player] SCORER_TEAM [Team]

did pull back oneBirkirkaka
pulled back oneShakhtar
pulled back oneKofi Amponsah
pulled back oneBarukh Dego
pulled back a goalIoannis Okkas
had pulled back a goalsubstitute Françafor the visitors
pull back a goalYasemakis