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lead (noun)


  1. [Latvia's]LEADER lead , however, was short-lived. [75236 / p5]
  2. With the home players beginning to tire, Lippi opted to replace Totti with midfield player Daniele De Rossi as he looked to hold the [1-0]SCORE lead. [75304 / p6]
  3. Spain relaxed, and doubled [their]LEADER lead minutes later. [75359 / p7]
  4. Bulgaria had no trouble holding on to [their]LEADER [two-goal]MARGIN lead and Iceland's frustrations were evident as the bookings mounted. [75386 / p7]
  5. Marsaxlokk rung the changes, but save for a 61-minute Bogdanovic shot that was comfortably saved, the Maltese side could make little impact, and Primorje will go in to the second-leg game on 29 July with a [1-0]SCORE lead. [79026 / p4]

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LEADER [Team] MARGIN [Score_Margin] SCORE [Score]

lead Latvia's
lead 1-0
lead their
lead theirtwo-goal
lead 1-0