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set_up (verb)


  1. Karel Pitak proved the key man for Slavia, as [he]ASSISTER helped set up [two goals]GOAL and scored one for a side who have not failed to reach the first round of this competition since 1992, including two quarter-final appearances. But it was the visitors from Georgia that dominated the first half. [79288 / p2]
  2. And [Stamp's strike partner Mark de Vries]ASSISTER almost helped set up [the opener]GOAL in the third minute [when he chested Robbie Nielson's cross into the path of Jamie McAllister]PREPARING_EVENT whose volley was only centimetres wide. [79560 / p3]
  3. Villarreal coach Manuel Pellegrini rested Juan Román Riquelme, who was instrumental in the Spanish side’s 2-1 win away to Getafe CF on Saturday, when [he]ASSISTER set up [both goals]GOAL . [79764 / p2]
  4. [New signing Adriano]ASSISTER set up [a vital equaliser]GOAL before scoring the winner as Sevilla overturned a 1-0 deficit from last week's first leg and Sevilla coach Joaquín Capparós took the unprecedented measure of fielding an unusually attack-minded team with Carlos Aranda, Julio Baptista, Jesuli and Antoñito all setting their sights on the Greek team's goal. [79959 / p2]

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helped set up Stamp's strike partner Ma...the openerwhen he chested Robbie Ni...
set up heboth goals
set up New signing Adrianoa vital equaliser