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This Week: Breaking Bournemouth hearts

This Week: Breaking Bournemouth hearts

Welcome to This Week from Premier Skills English, a weekly review of football action for learners of English from across the globe. In This Week, Jack talks about three stories from this week in the Premier League and there are lots of football English words and phrases for you to learn.

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Hello my name’s Jack and welcome to the weekly round-up called This Week on Premier Skills English.

In This Week, we’ve got lots of interesting words and phrases to help you talk about football in English.

If you are listening to this podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify you can also visit the Premier Skills English website at britishcouncil.org/premierskillsenglish where you’ll be able to download the podcast.

This week, I’m talking about two matches. When I watch the matches, I make notes about the language I hear in the commentary and it’s just so rich that I can’t help myself... There's just too much to talk about. Yesterday, I published a podcast about Leicester City hosting Brighton and Hove Albion and today, I’m going to talk about Bournemouth’s match against Nottingham forest.

Football phrase

Last week, there were three football phrases. I went through the answers to two of them yesterday, but there was one more. I’m going to give you the answer, but first, here’s one more chance to guess.

The football phrase was ******. This is a type of kick which is when a player kicks a ball that is passed to them before the ball hits the ground. If a player tries to shoot with a ******, the shot is often very powerful, but can be harder to control.

Congratulations to Denis2000 from Belarus, Oselfa from Spain, welcome to Premier Skills English Oselfa. Congratulations to Hasan from Turkey, Cezario Abrantes from Brazil, Fabs17 from Italy, Chen Mang Tso from Taiwan, Vietnguyenngo from Vietnam, Taha Gashout from Libya and Robackpacker from Romania.

You all worked out that the word I was looking for was volley.

Now it’s time for me to get on with this week’s story about last weekend’s action at the Vitality Stadium. The words and phrases from the story that I want you to listen out for are: undone, to come to the rescue, to be let off, to intercept, to catch someone napping, top drawer, inch perfect and to break someone’s heart.

Breaking Bournemouth hearts

The Vitality Stadium was buzzing with excitement on Saturday despite the recent form of the home team.

After 13 minutes, the atmosphere almost changed when Bournemouth were undone by a set piece. Ryan Yates scored with a header from the centre of the box. And then, VAR came to the rescue as in the lead up, Willy Boly was caught offside and the Cherries were let off.

Jordan Zemura was making arun when he was intercepted and the ball went out of play. Zemura took a quick throw in and the speed of the restart caught Forest napping. Zemura’s cross was perfectly placed for Kieffer Moore who really should have put it away. Instead, somehow, from close range, he headed the ball over the bar.

The Cherries were looking more dangerous and fans didn't have long to wait for them to break through. The hosts scored their first league goal since the World Cup break off an excellent run and pass by their new signing Dango Outarra. Jaidon Anthony received the ball and showed top drawer composure when he defeated the keeper with an inch perfect finish.

Forest were desperately looking for an equaliser and had some good chances but hadn’t put together anything to trouble the Bournemouth keeper until a poor clearance turned out to be a gift for Gibbs-White who found Brennan Johnson on a run. As Johnson got closer to the goal line, the angle became more acute. Johnson was left with nothing but to cross the ball over the mouth of the goal. Fortunately, Sam Surridge was running in. The former Bournemouth man Sam Surridge broke Cherries’ hearts when he popped the ball into the net.

Final score: AFC Bournemouth 1 - Nottingham Forest 1

The words and phrases from the story that I want to talk about are: undone, to come to the rescue, to be let off, to intercept, to catch someone napping, top drawer, inch perfect and to break someone’s heart.

The adjective undone usually means unfastened and is used for things with fasteners. Buttons and toggles on clothes and clips on bags that hold things closed are fasteners; they hold things fast, which means they can’t move. If something is undone, that’s the opposite of done up. So a button might be undone. On hot days, you will see lots of people with the top buttons on their shirts undone.

That’s not the meaning from the story but it’s related, figuratively. I didn’t know this but this is another word that’s mainly British English. Undone can mean ruined or destroyed. I think it’s most commonly used to talk about complex plans that are tightly planned and fixed. When these plans are disrupted, we can say that the plans are undone. If a person is undone, it normally means they are stopped from doing what they want to do and are really unhappy about it. I said that Bournemouth were undone by a set piece. This means their carefully planned defence was broken and their plans did not work out.

Now, Bournemouth were not completely undone by this set piece because a VAR review confirmed that a player had been offside. I said that VAR came to the rescue. If someone comes to the rescue, they arrive at the right time to help someone out of a bad situation. So if you are driving, way out in the country and your car breaks down, you are in a bad situation. If a passing mechanic stops to help you, you could say that they have come to the rescue. Bournemouth appeared to be a goal down, which is a bad situation. The VAR review came to the rescue and revealed the offside and the goal was ruled out.

I said that the Cherries were let off. Normally, to let someone off means to not punish them as much as they deserve. So if you drive your car too fast, the police should give you a ticket, but sometimes they let you off with a warning. You don’t get the punishment you deserve, you are let off. Bournemouth’s defence at the set piece failed so when Forest scored, they probably deserved to be a goal down, but when VAR revealed a player had been offside, they were let off.

To intercept means to stop and catch someone or something when they are on the way somewhere, before they are able to get where they want to go. Outside of football, I think that you’re most likely to hear the word in stories about the police. When criminals are going to rob a bank, the police might intercept them on the way. Or if someone sends an illegal package, the police might intercept the package before it gets to the person the criminal was sending it to. In football English, it’s clear. When the ball is passed, if an opponent gets there first and stops it from getting to the person that the ball was passed to, then you could say that they intercepted the ball.

The next idiom is to catch someone napping. I like this phrase because its literal meaning is a bit funny. Napping means sleeping. If someone falls asleep when they are supposed to be working, you might literally catch them napping. We use the idiom when something happens that a person is not prepared for. I think it’s most commonly used when talking about sports. So during the match, Zemura had a throw in and he did it so quickly that Forest were not prepared and they were very lucky not to have conceded a goal.

I said that Jaidon Antony showed top drawer composure. Top drawer means very high quality. This is quite an old phrase that comes from a piece of furniture. In a chest of drawers, that’s the furniture with three or more drawers that people normally store clothes in, the top drawer was the one that people would put their most valuable clothes and jewellery in. So the phrase top drawer came to be used to refer to things that were the most valuable or the best quality.

Jaidon Antony’s shot was inch perfect. This means it was very accurate. An inch is a measurement of distance. It’s about 2.5 centimetres, so it’s not very far. If a shot is inch perfect, it is within an inch of the target, of the exact centre of the target. So for a footballer to score with an inch perfect shot, is pretty impressive.

The last phrase I want to talk about today is to break someone’s heart. I think that this is an idiom that translates into almost every language in the world. It means to make someone really sad. Normally, this is related to romance. If you love someone and they tell you they don’t love you, that might break your heart. If the person you are in love with leaves you to start a relationship with someone else, that might break your heart. Football fans love their teams so when a player leaves, that might break their hearts. If they leave to play for a rival, that might break their hearts. So when Sam Surridge left Bournemouth, joined a rival club and then came back and scored against them, that really must have broken some hearts.

OK. That's eight words and phrases today. The words and phrases from the story were: undone, to come to the rescue, to be let off, to intercept, to catch someone napping, top drawer, inch perfect and to break someone’s heart.

Listen to the story one more time to hear these words and phrases in context.

Breaking Bournemouth hearts

The Vitality Stadium was buzzing with excitement on Saturday despite the recent form of the home team.

After 13 minutes, the atmosphere almost changed when Bournemouth were undone by a set piece. Ryan Yates scored with a header from the centre of the box. And then, VAR came to the rescue as in the lead up, Willy Boly was caught offside and the Cherries were let off.

Jordan Zemura was making arun when he was intercepted and the ball went out of play. Zemura took a quick throw in and the speed of the restart caught Forest napping. Zemura’s cross was perfectly placed for Kieffer Moore who really should have put it away. Instead, somehow, from close range, he headed the ball over the bar.

The Cherries were looking more dangerous and fans didn't have long to wait for them to break through. The hosts scored their first league goal since the World Cup break off an excellent run and pass by their new signing Dango Outarra. Jaidon Anthony received the ball and showed top drawer composure when he defeated the keeper with an inch perfect finish.

Forest were desperately looking for an equaliser and had some good chances but hadn’t put together anything to trouble the Bournemouth keeper until a poor clearance turned out to be a gift for Gibbs-White who found Brennan Johnson on a run. As Johnson got closer to the goal line, the angle became more acute. Johnson was left with nothing but to cross the ball over the mouth of the goal. Fortunately, Sam Surridge was running in. The former Bournemouth man Sam Surridge broke Cherries’ hearts when he popped the ball into the net.

Final score: AFC Bournemouth 1 - Nottingham Forest 1

Language Challenge

Right, now it’s time for you to think about the language again.

Your challenge this week is to complete the gaps in the following sentences with the correct form of the words from the podcast. I have taken these examples directly from news websites and only edited them slightly to make them clearer.

Number 1. A police dog was caught stealing an officer’s lunch. However, the veteran dog was ________ when the story was shared on social media and the dog won the support of hundreds of followers.

Number 2. Ferguson turns and bursts into space centrally while March advances between the defenders. The through ball is ____________ for March to collect on the run.

Number 3. Manchester United travelled to North London desperate for a win. But with the score level at 2-2 late on, Gunners striker Eddie Nketiah ______________ with a last-gasp winner.

Number 4. Cate Blanchett is starring in a film about a conductor coming ___________ because of the pressure of the job.

Number 5. Customs officials __________ thousands of letters containing illegal drugs last year.

Number 6. Grantham were ________________ straight after the restart with another chance falling to the home striker, but his low effort was saved well by the feet of Bexon in the goal.

Number 7. The golf course has a very friendly atmosphere with a ____________ clubhouse offering plenty of food options and drinks.

Number 8. Firefighters in Britain ________________ of a bull that slipped down an embankment and became stranded in a river.

Leave your answers to the language challenge in the comments section on the Premier Skills English website.

Task

Your task this week is to share your stories about a time when you were a hero or heroine and came to someone’s rescue or a time when you needed a hero or heroine and someone came to your rescue.

Share your ideas in the comments section on the Premier Skills English website.

Football Phrase

Now it’s time for today’s football phrase.

Today’s football phrase is a really easy one. It’s the word for a goal that puts the scores level. If your team is behind, it’s a great feeling when someone scores an *********. It brings the whole game to life again and fills fans with hope.

If you know the answer, be sure to leave it in a comment on the page for this podcast on Premier Skills English.

And that’s all I have time for today. Before I finish, I just wanted to say that I hope you found this podcast useful, and I hope all of you stay fit and healthy and safe.

Bye for now and enjoy your football.

Headlines

Breaking Bournemouth hearts

Sam Surridge of Nottingham Forest celebrates with teammate Brennan Johnson

The Vitality Stadium was buzzing with excitement on Saturday despite the recent form of the home team.

After 13 minutes, the atmosphere almost changed when Bournemouth were undone by a set piece. Ryan Yates scored with a header from the centre of the box. And then, VAR came to the rescue as in the lead up, Willy Boly was caught offside and the Cherries were let off.

Jordan Zemura was making arun when he was intercepted and the ball went out of play. Zemura took a quick throw in and the speed of the restart caught Forest napping. Zemura’s cross was perfectly placed for Kieffer Moore who really should have put it away. Instead, somehow, from close range, he headed the ball over the bar.

The Cherries were looking more dangerous and fans didn't have long to wait for them to break through. The hosts scored their first league goal since the World Cup break off an excellent run and pass by their new signing Dango Outarra. Jadon Anthony received the ball and showed top drawer composure when he defeated the keeper with an inch perfect finish.

Forest were desperately looking for an equaliser and had some good chances but hadn’t put together anything to trouble the Bournemouth keeper until a poor clearance turned out to be a gift for Gibbs-White who found Brennan Johnson on a run. As Johnson got closer to the goal line, the angle became more acute. Johnson was left with nothing but to cross the ball over the mouth of the goal. Fortunately, Sam Surridge was running in. The former Bournemouth man Sam Surridge broke Cherries’ hearts when he popped the ball into the net.

Final score: AFC Bournemouth 1 - Nottingham Forest 1

Vocabulary

Language Challenge

Complete the gaps with correct form of the words and phrases from the podcast.

Number 1. A police dog was caught stealing an officer’s lunch. However, the veteran dog was ________ when the story was shared on social media and the dog won the support of hundreds of followers.

Number 2. Ferguson turns and bursts into space centrally while March advances between the defenders. The through ball is ____________ for March to collect on the run.

Number 3. Manchester United travelled to North London desperate for a win. But with the score level at 2-2 late on, Gunners striker Eddie Nketiah ______________ with a last-gasp winner.

Number 4. Cate Blanchett is starring in a film about a conductor coming ___________ because of the pressure of the job.

Number 5. Customs officials __________ thousands of letters containing illegal drugs last year.

Number 6. Grantham were ________________ straight after the restart with another chance falling to the home striker, but his low effort was saved well by the feet of Bexon in the goal.

Number 7. The golf course has a very friendly atmosphere with a ____________ clubhouse offering plenty of food options and drinks.

Number 8. Firefighters in Britain ________________ of a bull that slipped down an embankment and became stranded in a river.

Leave your answers to the language challenge in the comments section on the Premier Skills English website.

Task

Think about the questions and share your ideas in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Your task this week is to share your stories about a time when you were a hero or heroine and came to someone’s rescue or a time when you needed a hero or heroine and someone came to your rescue.

Share your ideas in the comments section on the Premier Skills English website.

Football phrase

Now it’s time for today’s football phrase. I will let you know the answers to all three of this week’s football phrases next week.

Today’s football phrase is a really easy one. It’s the word for a goal that puts the scores level. If your team is behind, it’s a great feeling when someone scores an *********. It brings the whole game to life again and fills fans with hope.

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Taha Gashout's picture
Taha Gashout
04/02/2023
LY
492
points

Hello Jack
This week's phrase is an *********
These are the answers:
Num1:let off
Num2:inche perfect
Num3:broke their heart
Num4:undone
Num5:intercepted
Num6:caught from napping
Num7:top drawer
Num8:came to the rescue


Taha Gashout's picture
Taha Gashout
04/02/2023 20:29
Libya
Liverpool
492

Hello Jack
This week's phrase is an *********
These are the answers:
Num1:let off
Num2:inche perfect
Num3:broke their heart
Num4:undone
Num5:intercepted
Num6:caught from napping
Num7:top drawer
Num8:came to the rescue

RObackpacker
01/02/2023
RO
4
points

This week's phrase is: *********


RObackpacker
01/02/2023 00:07
Romania
Liverpool
4

This week's phrase is: *********

Chen Meng Tso
31/01/2023
TW
21
points

I think ********* is the phrase


Chen Meng Tso
31/01/2023 16:31
Taiwan
Manchester City
21

I think ********* is the phrase

vietnguyenngo
31/01/2023
VN
114
points

This week's phrase is: *********

Number 1. A police dog was caught stealing an officer’s lunch. However, the veteran dog was __let off______ when the story was shared on social media and the dog won the support of hundreds of followers.
Number 2. Ferguson turns and bursts into space centrally while March advances between the defenders. The through ball is ___inch perfect_________ for March to collect on the run.
Number 3. Manchester United travelled to North London desperate for a win. But with the score level at 2-2 late on, Gunners striker Eddie Nketiah __broke their hearts____________ with a last-gasp winner.
Number 4. Cate Blanchett is starring in a film about a conductor undone__ because of the pressure of the job.
Number 5. Customs officials ___intercepted_______ thousands of letters containing illegal drugs last year.
Number 6. Grantham were ____caught napping___________ straight after the restart with another chance falling to the home striker, but his low effort was saved well by the feet of Bexon in the goal.
Number 7. The golf course has a very friendly atmosphere with a __top__drawer________ clubhouse offering plenty of food options and drinks.
Number 8. Firefighters in Britain ___came to the rescue____________ of a bull that slipped down an embankment and became stranded in a river.


vietnguyenngo
31/01/2023 09:33
Vietnam
Manchester City
114

This week's phrase is: *********

Number 1. A police dog was caught stealing an officer’s lunch. However, the veteran dog was __let off______ when the story was shared on social media and the dog won the support of hundreds of followers.
Number 2. Ferguson turns and bursts into space centrally while March advances between the defenders. The through ball is ___inch perfect_________ for March to collect on the run.
Number 3. Manchester United travelled to North London desperate for a win. But with the score level at 2-2 late on, Gunners striker Eddie Nketiah __broke their hearts____________ with a last-gasp winner.
Number 4. Cate Blanchett is starring in a film about a conductor undone__ because of the pressure of the job.
Number 5. Customs officials ___intercepted_______ thousands of letters containing illegal drugs last year.
Number 6. Grantham were ____caught napping___________ straight after the restart with another chance falling to the home striker, but his low effort was saved well by the feet of Bexon in the goal.
Number 7. The golf course has a very friendly atmosphere with a __top__drawer________ clubhouse offering plenty of food options and drinks.
Number 8. Firefighters in Britain ___came to the rescue____________ of a bull that slipped down an embankment and became stranded in a river.

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Eduardo_Caicedo
31/01/2023
EC
231
points

Hi, the phrase is about scoring an **********.


Eduardo_Caicedo's picture
Eduardo_Caicedo
31/01/2023 00:36
Ecuador
Aston Villa
231

Hi, the phrase is about scoring an **********.

Denis2000's picture
Denis2000
30/01/2023
BY
692
points

Language Challenge:
1. let off
2. inch perfect
3. broke heart
4. undone
5. intercepted
6. caught napping
7. top drawer
8. come to the rescue


Denis2000's picture
Denis2000
30/01/2023 09:09
Belarus
Tottenham Hotspur
692

Language Challenge:
1. let off
2. inch perfect
3. broke heart
4. undone
5. intercepted
6. caught napping
7. top drawer
8. come to the rescue

Denis2000's picture
Denis2000
30/01/2023
BY
692
points

Hello, the phrase is an *********


Denis2000's picture
Denis2000
30/01/2023 08:08
Belarus
Tottenham Hotspur
692

Hello, the phrase is an *********

cezario.abrantes's picture
cezario.abrantes
29/01/2023
BR
49
points

I forgot to answer the Football phrase: *********


cezario.abrantes's picture
cezario.abrantes
29/01/2023 23:37
Brazil
Liverpool
49

I forgot to answer the Football phrase: *********

cezario.abrantes's picture
cezario.abrantes
29/01/2023
BR
49
points

Good night, Jack!

1. Let off
2. Inch perfect
3. Broke their hearts
4. Undone
5. Intercept
6. Caught napping
7. Top drawer
8. Came to the rescue

Task: Once, I've gone to a club with my school where there was a huge pool. I didn't know to swim, but I've jumped in the water anyway. To get worse, I couldn't reach the bottom of the pool with my feet, so I drowned. At first, my colleagues didn't notice, but after some time they realized what's going on and came to rescue me. I've coughed water for a few days.

Jack, I haven't found the answers of last week's Language Challenges. Are you going to answer them next week?

And another thing I would like to ask you. What's the meaning of "way out in the country" in the phrase "So if you are driving, way out in the country and your car breaks down"?

I would also like to thank you a lot for your podcasts. They are helping me so much!


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cezario.abrantes
29/01/2023 23:35
Brazil
Liverpool
49

Good night, Jack!

1. Let off
2. Inch perfect
3. Broke their hearts
4. Undone
5. Intercept
6. Caught napping
7. Top drawer
8. Came to the rescue

Task: Once, I've gone to a club with my school where there was a huge pool. I didn't know to swim, but I've jumped in the water anyway. To get worse, I couldn't reach the bottom of the pool with my feet, so I drowned. At first, my colleagues didn't notice, but after some time they realized what's going on and came to rescue me. I've coughed water for a few days.

Jack, I haven't found the answers of last week's Language Challenges. Are you going to answer them next week?

And another thing I would like to ask you. What's the meaning of "way out in the country" in the phrase "So if you are driving, way out in the country and your car breaks down"?

I would also like to thank you a lot for your podcasts. They are helping me so much!

MK_dir98's picture
MK_dir98
29/01/2023
IR
3
points

The football phrase is *********


MK_dir98's picture
MK_dir98
29/01/2023 05:04
Iran
Liverpool
3

The football phrase is *********

hsn's picture
hsn
28/01/2023
TR
5532
points

Language Challenge
1. let off 2. intercepted 3. catched United defence napping 4. top drawer 5. undone 6. broken fan’s heart 7. inch perfect 8. came to the rescue.
Task
I was returning from holiday with my wife and driving to my city and took a break. A car stopped next to me in the parking lot, a man got off and started walking to the market.Suddenly his car started to move back.I ran opened the door pull handbrake.He had forgotten. A scared lady and child were in the car.Thanks god (Allah) I was there.
Sentences
• I shouldn't get weight for vitality but I can't help myself when delicious Turkish meals are offered.
• When crowd are buzzing speeches can't be listened clearly in the party congress.
• Referee let the player off with a warning without showing yellowcard .
• Virus based diseases will lead up to the peak next year.
• Person who engages in sports has to put together successfully private life and football career.
• According to law, an undone commit crime isn't subject to the punishment. It's called incomplete attempt.
Riddle
• There is an ads in front of it."Broken hearts are fixed" Can you guess what sort of store it is. Florist shop:-)


hsn's picture
hsn
28/01/2023 15:43
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
5532

Language Challenge
1. let off 2. intercepted 3. catched United defence napping 4. top drawer 5. undone 6. broken fan’s heart 7. inch perfect 8. came to the rescue.
Task
I was returning from holiday with my wife and driving to my city and took a break. A car stopped next to me in the parking lot, a man got off and started walking to the market.Suddenly his car started to move back.I ran opened the door pull handbrake.He had forgotten. A scared lady and child were in the car.Thanks god (Allah) I was there.
Sentences
• I shouldn't get weight for vitality but I can't help myself when delicious Turkish meals are offered.
• When crowd are buzzing speeches can't be listened clearly in the party congress.
• Referee let the player off with a warning without showing yellowcard .
• Virus based diseases will lead up to the peak next year.
• Person who engages in sports has to put together successfully private life and football career.
• According to law, an undone commit crime isn't subject to the punishment. It's called incomplete attempt.
Riddle
• There is an ads in front of it."Broken hearts are fixed" Can you guess what sort of store it is. Florist shop:-)

Fabs17
28/01/2023
IT
326
points

Number 1. A police dog was caught stealing an officer’s lunch. However, the veteran dog was let off when the story was shared on social media and the dog won the support of hundreds of followers.

Number 2. Ferguson turns and bursts into space centrally while March advances between the defenders. The through ball is inch perfect for March to collect on the run.

Number 3. Manchester United travelled to North London desperate for a win. But with the score level at 2-2 late on, Gunners striker Eddie Nketiah broke their heart with a last-gasp winner.

Number 4. Cate Blanchett is starring in a film about a conductor coming undone because of the pressure of the job.

Number 5. Customs officials intercepted thousands of letters containing illegal drugs last year.

Number 6. Grantham were caught napping straight after the restart with another chance falling to the home striker, but his low effort was saved well by the feet of Bexon in the goal.

Number 7. The golf course has a very friendly atmosphere with a top drawer clubhouse offering plenty of food options and drinks.

Number 8. Firefighters in Britain came to the rescue of a bull that slipped down an embankment and became stranded in a river.


Fabs17
28/01/2023 14:30
Italy
Leicester City
326

Number 1. A police dog was caught stealing an officer’s lunch. However, the veteran dog was let off when the story was shared on social media and the dog won the support of hundreds of followers.

Number 2. Ferguson turns and bursts into space centrally while March advances between the defenders. The through ball is inch perfect for March to collect on the run.

Number 3. Manchester United travelled to North London desperate for a win. But with the score level at 2-2 late on, Gunners striker Eddie Nketiah broke their heart with a last-gasp winner.

Number 4. Cate Blanchett is starring in a film about a conductor coming undone because of the pressure of the job.

Number 5. Customs officials intercepted thousands of letters containing illegal drugs last year.

Number 6. Grantham were caught napping straight after the restart with another chance falling to the home striker, but his low effort was saved well by the feet of Bexon in the goal.

Number 7. The golf course has a very friendly atmosphere with a top drawer clubhouse offering plenty of food options and drinks.

Number 8. Firefighters in Britain came to the rescue of a bull that slipped down an embankment and became stranded in a river.

Fabs17
28/01/2023
IT
326
points

I think today's football phrase is *********


Fabs17
28/01/2023 14:25
Italy
Leicester City
326

I think today's football phrase is *********

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hiracky16
28/01/2023
JP
23
points

This week football phrase is **********!


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hiracky16
28/01/2023 04:55
Japan
Manchester United
23

This week football phrase is **********!

hsn's picture
hsn
27/01/2023
TR
5532
points

I think football phrase is **********


hsn's picture
hsn
27/01/2023 15:30
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
5532

I think football phrase is **********

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Level

4
Average: 4 (1 vote)

Goals

  • Improve your vocabulary
  • Develop your listening skills