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link_up (verb)


  1. [Cole and Bridge]PASSERS linked up again minutes later with Beckham prodding the latter's cross just past the post, before Poland carved out several clear chances of their own, with Gary Neville called upon to clear Jacek Krzynówek's shot off the line. [75329 / p5]
  2. On 35 minutes, [Nikos Lyberopoulos and Konstantinidis]PASSERS linked up to provide Asimakis Krassas with a chance, but he headed over. [79754 / p4]
  3. Only a minute had elapsed when [Smith]PASSER linked up [with 18-year-old Chris Eagles]RECIPIENT, who cut the ball back to Darren Fletcher. [79361 / p3]
  4. Sporting served a reminder of their danger ten minutes before half-time as [Douala and Liedson]PASSERS almost linked up to good effect. [80103 / p6]

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PASSER [Player] PASSERS [Player] RECIPIENT [Player]

linked up Cole and Bridge
linked up Nikos Lyberopoulos and Ko...
linked up Smithwith 18-year-old Chris Ea...
linked up Douala and Liedson