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own_goal (noun)


  1. [Zivkovic]SCORER then came close to scoring an own goal after misjudging a back-header, which looped beyond Hildebrand and just over the bar. [79752 / p6]
  2. The game was goalless at half-time, but by the 62nd minute England were four ahead thanks to strikes from Joe Cole and Michael Owen, a [Chris Baird]SCORER own goal and a deflected Frank Lampard effort - just reward for a match the home side dominated against their near neighbours. [75337 / p2]
  3. Saša Ilic scored twice in the first 15 minutes of the second half to add to Ioannis [Christou's]SCORER earlier own goal and end Egaleo hopes of finding their way back into the match. [79741 / p2]
  4. The German side dominated most of the match and two unanswered first-half strikes, an own goal [from Gábor Gyepes]SCORER and a sweet finish from Levan Kobiashvili, meant a string of missed chances did not prove costly. [79709 / p2]
  5. Arsène Wenger's side had scored 22 times in their six domestic fixtures but an [Alex]SCORER own goal late in the first half was all they had to show for another night of supreme control. [1077154 / p2]
  6. However, with the game seemingly heading towards a draw, [Dragutinovic]SCORER scored the crucial own goal , before Neaga added a second as Steaua claimed the win. [79695 / p7]

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SCORER [Player]

scoring own goal Zivkovic
own goal Chris Baird
own goal Christou's
own goal from Gábor Gyepes
own goal Alex
scored own goal Dragutinovic