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Jamie Vardy got a hat-trick against Manchester City.

This Week: VAR-dy Time

This Week: VAR-dy Time

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, Rich, Laura and Jack talk about the latest action from the Premier League and have lots of football English for you to learn.

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This Week: VAR-dy Time

Rich: Hello my name’s Rich and welcome to our weekly round-up section called ‘This Week’ on Premier Skills English. 

Jack: Hi there. I’m Jack. We’ve got lots of interesting words and phrases to help you talk about football in English.

Laura: My name’s Laura. If you want to listen and read at the same time we have a transcript of this podcast on the Premier Skills English website.

Rich: We had goals, shock results and controversy in Matchweek 3 in the Premier League.

Laura: And the Women’s Super League champions were knocked out of the FA Cup.

Jack: Lots to look at this week. We’re going to take a look at three headlines from this weekend’s action and after each, we’ll introduce a couple of useful phrases. 

Rich: We want you to use and practise these words and phrases by interacting with Premier League fans from around the world in our comments section.

Laura: If you listen to us on Apple Podcasts, you can leave your comments in the review section. We do read all the reviews and would love to hear from you.

Rich: You can find all of our latest content on the Premier Skills English homepage or the Premier Skills-British Council Facebook page. 

Jack: Don’t forget that we also have our weekly Premier Skills English podcast that is released every Friday. Every week we help you with some different vocabulary or an aspect of grammar.

Laura: Our latest podcast is called Learning Vocabulary: Get on your bike

Rich: In the podcast, I’m inspired by Rowan who cycles to work every day and decide to start cycling to work myself.

Laura: But Rich hasn’t been on a bike in a while and has a few problems.

Jack: We focus on words and phrases connected to bikes, health and fitness and the environment. You can find this podcast and more on the Premier Skills English homepage now.

Laura: OK, you’re now going to hear our three headlines. After each headline, we’ll have a little discussion and look at some vocabulary. 

Rich: The words and phrases we are looking at this week are: a back-heel flick, stunner, stunning and stunned, a diving header, an international, to tuck away a penalty, and to score from the spot.

Jack: Later on we’ll also have a language challenge for you to have a go at so you need to be ready for that.

Headline 1

Jack: Vardy’s Foxes stun City.

Rich: Leicester City stormed to the top of the Premier League with a stunning 5-2 away win at Manchester City. Jamie Vardy was the star of the show with a hat-trick including a fantastic back-heel flick. Riyad Mahrez had opened the scoring with a stunner for City but Leicester stunned City with four second-half goals. City looked stunned at the final whistle.

Laura: Here’s a fact for you. Did you know that it’s the first time one team have scored three penalties in a Premier League match.

Jack: I didn’t know that.

Laura: Here’s another fact or two. Jamie Vardy is the first player to ever score two hat-tricks against a team managed by Pep Guardiola and the first-ever to score a hat-trick for a visiting club against a team managed by Guardiola.

Rich: He was the top scorer in the Premier League last season and he’s top of the charts already this season. A great start to the season for Leicester.

Jack: OK, let’s look at some language from that first headline. Vardy scored with a back-heel flick. It was a fantastic goal.

Laura: Your heel is the round back part of your foot and to backheel the ball means to kick the ball backwards with this part of your foot.

Rich: In football, a flick is a light touch of the ball that changes the direction the ball is travelling in.

Jack: This is how Vardy scored flicking the ball with his heel to send the ball into the net. Vardy scored with a back-heel flick.

Laura: We’re going to look at a few words now but they all share the same root or main word. That word is stun.

Rich: This word is connected to the feeling of shock or surprise and we used in a few different forms in our first headline.

Jack: Riyad Mahrez scored a stunner. A stunner is a fantastic goal - a goal that surprised many because it was so good. Stunner is a noun.

Laura: It would definitely have surprised or shocked the Leicester defenders. They won’t have thought he could have scored from there.

Rich: We said Leicester got a stunning 5-2 win at Manchester City.

Jack: Here stunning is an adjective and again describes something that is surprising or shocking but in a positive way.

Laura: Stunning ends in -ing because it’s describing something that makes you feel stunned.

Rich: Stunned. This is also an adjective but this time it ends in -ed. City looked stunned at the final whistle.

Jack: When we use -ed adjectives it’s to describe how people feel. The Manchester City team looked stunned.

Laura: It was a stunning result for Leicester City. Manchester City looked stunned. Do you see the difference?

Rich: And then we also used the verb to stun. We said Leicester stunned Manchester City. This means Leicester shocked Manchester City. 

Jack: The verb in the past is the same as the adjective but used differently. Listen. Which is the verb and which is the adjective?

Laura: Manchester City looked stunned. Leicester stunned Manchester City.

Rich: Let’s move on to our next headline.

Headline 2

Laura: Chelsea come unstuck against Toffees.

Jack: Everton stunned Women’s Super League Champions, Chelsea, to progress to the semi-final stage of the FA Cup. Lucy Graham equalised with a stunning diving header and French international, Valerie Gauvin, sealed the come-from -behind win with another header. Also through to the semi-finals are Birmingham, Manchester City and Arsenal.

Laura: Arsenal had a good result against Tottenham.

Jack: 4-0! I thought Tottenham had just signed the best player in the world.

Rich: I don’t think she played so you got away with that one.

Laura: Let’s look at a bit of language. We’ll start with the word international. Normally it’s an adjective to describe something that involves a number of different countries.

Jack: But in football, it is often used as a noun. In the headline, we spoke about the french international Valerie Gauvin. 

Rich: An international is someone who plays football or any sport for their country. Sadio Mane is a Senegalese international, Mohamed Salah is an Egyptian international, Roberto Firmino is a Brazilian international. 

Laura: And we also use international for matches between two countries. We can describe them as international matches or just internationals.

Jack: Our second phrase is a diving header. We said that Lucy Graham scored for Everton with a diving header.

Rich: A diving header is when you head the ball near the ground. Usually, you have to throw yourself forward to connect with the ball when it is crossed into the penalty area.

Laura: I love diving headers. They are so spectacular. Let’s move on to our final headline.

Headline 3

Rich: VAR is handy for some but not for others.

Laura: Everton, Manchester United and Newcastle all benefited from VAR decisions for handball to score penalties at the weekend. Richarlison tucked his penalty away to give Everton all three points and keep up their good start to the season. Bruno Fernandes scored Manchester Utd’s winning penalty ten minutes into injury time to give the Red Devils a 3-2 win at Brighton. And Newcastle got a late, late penalty to earn a draw when Callum Wilson scored from the spot for the Magpies. 

Jack: Like you said, Rich. A handy decision for some teams.

Rich: Yes, I was playing with words here. Handy can be used to describe something that is useful and I used it here as a pun because all three of these teams were awarded penalties for handball.

Laura: Yes, everyone is talking about handball again and the new rules this season. 

Jack: We’re just going to talk about the language though. Two phrases that mean scoring a penalty. 

Rich: The first is a phrasal verb. To tuck away. Richarlison tucked his penalty away. This means to score a penalty with ease.

Laura: And the second is one I’m sure you’ve heard us use before. It’s to score from the spot. The spot, of course, is the penalty spot so to score from the spot means to score a penalty.

Jack: OK. We’ve looked at three stories and six bits of vocabulary in our headlines. The words and phrases we’ve looked at are:  a back-heel flick, stunner, stunning and stunned, a diving header, an international, to tuck away a penalty, to score from the spot.

Prediction

Jack: It’s time for this week’s Premier League prediction. The Premier League can be so unpredictable, can’t it?

Laura: I know I predicted a 3-0 win for Manchester City against Leicester and Leicester won 5-2.

Jack: And I said I don’t think many people would disagree with that. Do you want to have a go this week, Rich?

Rich: OK, matchweek 4 sees Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United take on Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. Leeds have had a good return to the Premier League, winning twice and running the Champions close. Manchester City will want to bounce back immediately from that horrendous result against Leicester. I think this will be just the type of game that City need -  end to end with both teams attacking. It will be open and Leeds won’t play a counter-attacking game like Leicester. For that reason, I think City will come out on top. Final score: Leeds United 1-2 Manchester City.

Laura: Really? I’m not so sure. I think Leeds might stun City in this one.

Rich: We want you to make your predictions on the Premier Skills English website. For this match and the rest of Matchweek four’s fixtures.

Language Challenge

Rich: To finish up the show we’ve got a quick language challenge connected to this week’s vocabulary.

Jack: Earlier we looked at the different parts of speech for the word stun. The noun, adjectives and verb. Here are three more sentences. We want you to guess the correct word in each.

Laura: Write your answers in the comments section and if your answers are correct you will see that we have replaced your answer with asterisks so other listeners can guess too. Here are the three sentences.

Rich: That goal by Vardy. What a _________!

Jack: It was a ________ strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

Laura: The manager looked absolutely ________ at the end of the game.

Rich: We want you to write the correct answers on the Premier Skills English website where we have some more questions and activities connected to this week’s show.

Jack: Or write your answer on Apple Podcasts if that’s where you listen to us. Just write the answers in the review section and say hi.

Laura: Before we finish we just wanted to say that we hope you found this lesson useful and we hope that all of you stay fit and healthy.

Rich: Bye for now and enjoy your football.

Headlines

Vardy’s Foxes stun City

Youri Tielemans got Leicester's fifth goal.

Leicester City stormed to the top of the Premier League with a stunning 5-2 away win at Manchester City. Jamie Vardy was the star of the show with a hat-trick including a fantastic back-heel flick. Riyad Mahrez had opened the scoring with a stunner for City but Leicester stunned City with four second-half goals. City looked stunned at the final whistle.

Headlines

Chelsea come unstuck against Toffees

Everton surprised Chelsea in the FA Cup.

Everton stunned Women’s Super League Champions, Chelsea, to progress to the semi-final stage of the FA Cup. Lucy Graham equalised with a stunning diving header and French international, Valerie Gauvin, sealed the come from behind win with another header. Also through to the semi-finals are Birmingham, Manchester City and Arsenal.

Headlines

VAR is handy for some but not for others

Richarlison sent Everton to the top of the Premier League on Saturday.

Everton, Manchester United and Newcastle all benefitted from VAR decisions for handball to score penalties at the weekend. Richarlison tucked his penalty away to give Everton all three points and keep up their good start to the season. Bruno Fernandes scored Manchester Utd’s winning penalty ten minutes into injury time to give the Red Devils a 3-2 win at Brighton. And Newcastle got a late, late penalty to earn a draw when Callum Wilson scored from the spot for the Magpies.

Vocabulary Alert

Language in the headlines

There was a lot of discussion around the handball rule this weekend.

We looked at six words and phrases in our headlines that you can learn to improve your English. Take a look at the phrases in bold. Do you understand what they mean?

Leicester City stormed to the top of the Premier League with a stunning 5-2 away win at Manchester City.

Jamie Vardy was the star of the show with a hat-trick including a fantastic back-heel flick.

Lucy Graham equalised with a stunning diving header.

French international, Valerie Gauvin, sealed the come from behind win with another header.

 Richarlison tucked his penalty away to give Everton all three points.

Callum Wilson scored from the spot for the Magpies.

Prediction

Premier League Predictions: Leeds United v Manchester City

Leeds beat Sheffield United last weekend. How will they do against Manchester City?

Manchester City travel to Leeds in this weekend's big match. Here are the other Premier League fixtures for Matchweek 4:

Fixtures

Chelsea v Crystal Palace

Everton v Brighton

Leeds v Manchester City

Newcastle Utd v Burnley

Leicester v West Ham

Southampton v West Brom

Arsenal v Sheffield Utd

Wolves v Fulham

Manchester Utd v Tottenham

Aston VIlla v Liverpool

Talk about the matches and make your predictions in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

FPL

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VAR came to Manchester United's rescue against Brighton.

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Vocabulary

Language Challenge

Callum Wilson's penalty rescued a point for Newcastle at Tottenham.

Jack, Laura and Rich set you a language challenge. We used the noun, adjectives and verb for the word stun earlier in the podcast and we’ve thought of three other sentences which use them. Can you complete the phrases using the correct word?

That goal by Vardy. What a _________!

It was a ________ strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

The manager looked absolutely ________ at the end of the game.

Write the correct answer in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Discuss

Talk about the headlines

Dominic Calvert-Lewin got to take home the match ball after his hat-trick against West Brom.

Jack, Laura and Rich looked at three stories in the news and some vocabulary that might be new to you. Now it's your turn! Have a look at the questions and write your answers in the comments section below.

  1. What's the most stunning result you can remember?
  2. Is being an international the pinnacle of a footballer's career?
  3. Is a diving header the most spectacular way to score a goal?
  4. Talk about this week's Premier League matches and make your predictions.
  5. Join our Premier Skills English Fantasy Football League!
  6. Can you do our language challenge?

Write your comments and answers in the section below.

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hsn's picture
hsn
25/11/2020
TR
1402
points

• What's the most stunning result you can remember?
World Cup 2014 Brasil lost to Germany.

• Is being an international the pinnacle of a footballer's career?
That is true.As I know, if a foreign player is wanted to transfer to Premier League’s teams he must be an international .

• Is a diving header the most spectacular way to score a goal?
Yes,I agree. Jumping to the ground without not getting hurt and to get together with ball it needs mastery and experience.

• Can you do our language challenge?
That goal by Vardy. What a STUN !
It was a STUNNING strike. Probably the best of the season so far.
The manager looked absolutely STUNNED at the end of the game.

P.S.
This week title, “VAR-dy Time” is very creative and nice which has double meaning included person/ system.


hsn's picture
hsn
25/11/2020 17:49
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
1402

• What's the most stunning result you can remember?
World Cup 2014 Brasil lost to Germany.

• Is being an international the pinnacle of a footballer's career?
That is true.As I know, if a foreign player is wanted to transfer to Premier League’s teams he must be an international .

• Is a diving header the most spectacular way to score a goal?
Yes,I agree. Jumping to the ground without not getting hurt and to get together with ball it needs mastery and experience.

• Can you do our language challenge?
That goal by Vardy. What a STUN !
It was a STUNNING strike. Probably the best of the season so far.
The manager looked absolutely STUNNED at the end of the game.

P.S.
This week title, “VAR-dy Time” is very creative and nice which has double meaning included person/ system.

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Robert Tavares
07/10/2020
BR
290
points

Hi again!
The most stunning result I can remember is Brazil 1x7 Germany at Brazil World Cup 2014. It was a shame to Brazilians.
I think that an international is not the pinnacle of a footballer's career. Win the UCL is more valuable for me because clubs are more important nowadays.
A diving header is a awesome way to make a goal. But I prefer the voley. It's stunning!
Bye!


Robert Tavares's picture
Robert Tavares
07/10/2020 01:01
Brazil
Leeds United
290

Hi again!
The most stunning result I can remember is Brazil 1x7 Germany at Brazil World Cup 2014. It was a shame to Brazilians.
I think that an international is not the pinnacle of a footballer's career. Win the UCL is more valuable for me because clubs are more important nowadays.
A diving header is a awesome way to make a goal. But I prefer the voley. It's stunning!
Bye!

Robert Tavares's picture
Robert Tavares
07/10/2020
BR
290
points

Hi there!
My answers for the language challenge are:
That goal by Vardy. What a ******!

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.


Robert Tavares's picture
Robert Tavares
07/10/2020 00:53
Brazil
Leeds United
290

Hi there!
My answers for the language challenge are:
That goal by Vardy. What a ******!

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.

Rich's picture
Rich
07/10/2020
ES
508
points

Good work on the phrases, Robert!


Rich's picture
Rich
07/10/2020 08:05
Spain
Liverpool
508

Good work on the phrases, Robert!

Robert Tavares's picture
Robert Tavares
07/10/2020
BR
290
points

Thanks Rich!


Robert Tavares's picture
Robert Tavares
07/10/2020 19:59
Brazil
Leeds United
290

Thanks Rich!

Mon
03/10/2020
EG
1819
points

Leeds United 0-3 Manchester City


Mon
03/10/2020 10:21
Egypt
Chelsea
1819

Leeds United 0-3 Manchester City

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/10/2020
TR
5488
points

Language Challenge :

That goal by Vardy. What a ****** !

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/10/2020 14:50
Turkey
Manchester United
5488

Language Challenge :

That goal by Vardy. What a ****** !

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/10/2020
TR
5488
points

My Matchweek 4 Predictions :
Chelsea 2-1 Crystal Palace
Everton 3-0 Brighton
Leeds 3-5 Manchester City
Newcastle Utd 1-1 Burnley
Leicester 3-2 West Ham
Southampton 2-2 West Brom
Arsenal 2-0 Sheffield Utd
Wolves 3-1 Fulham
Manchester Utd 2-1 Tottenham
Aston VIlla 1-3 Liverpool


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/10/2020 14:48
Turkey
Manchester United
5488

My Matchweek 4 Predictions :
Chelsea 2-1 Crystal Palace
Everton 3-0 Brighton
Leeds 3-5 Manchester City
Newcastle Utd 1-1 Burnley
Leicester 3-2 West Ham
Southampton 2-2 West Brom
Arsenal 2-0 Sheffield Utd
Wolves 3-1 Fulham
Manchester Utd 2-1 Tottenham
Aston VIlla 1-3 Liverpool

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/10/2020
TR
5488
points

1. The most stunning result I can remember was back in August 2011 when we stunned Arsenal 8-2 with an unforgettable performance and result.

2. I think so but not for all countries because there are players who's names are bigger than their countries like George Weah for example.

3. A diving header is one of the most exquisite ways of scoring stunning goals but for me long-range shots , overhead kicks , backheels flicks and rabona kicks are more spectacular.


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/10/2020 14:43
Turkey
Manchester United
5488

1. The most stunning result I can remember was back in August 2011 when we stunned Arsenal 8-2 with an unforgettable performance and result.

2. I think so but not for all countries because there are players who's names are bigger than their countries like George Weah for example.

3. A diving header is one of the most exquisite ways of scoring stunning goals but for me long-range shots , overhead kicks , backheels flicks and rabona kicks are more spectacular.

Staszek's picture
Staszek
30/09/2020
PL
3
points

That goal by Vardy. Wiat a stunning!
It was a Stunned strike.
The menager looked absolutely stunner at the end od the game.
Manchester Utd 3:1 Tottenham


Staszek's picture
Staszek
30/09/2020 16:54
Poland
Liverpool
3

That goal by Vardy. Wiat a stunning!
It was a Stunned strike.
The menager looked absolutely stunner at the end od the game.
Manchester Utd 3:1 Tottenham

Liubomyr's picture
Liubomyr
29/09/2020
UA
4157
points

The number of penalties awarded in the first three Matchweeks is outstanding. At the VAR era, you are more expecting the penalty to be awarded than the goal to be scored.


Liubomyr's picture
Liubomyr
29/09/2020 16:16
Ukraine
Watford
4157

The number of penalties awarded in the first three Matchweeks is outstanding. At the VAR era, you are more expecting the penalty to be awarded than the goal to be scored.

elghoul's picture
elghoul
29/09/2020
DZ
3888
points

Hi, Hope you are fit and healthy all of you.

First the vocabulary challenge

That goal by Vardy. What a ******!

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.

 

Second, the prediction. City 2 Leeds 2.

 

Three :

1. The most stunning result I remember is Brazil 1 Germany 7 in the 2014 World Cup.

2. Being an international player is quite a dreaming achievement but wining an international trophy is most exciting.

3. A diving header is very spectacular and I'll never forget the one Achour,  a CRBelcourt player who died this week, made against JSMTiaret after a lovely cross from Lalmas.

 


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elghoul
29/09/2020 13:37
Algeria
Manchester City
3888

Hi, Hope you are fit and healthy all of you.

First the vocabulary challenge

That goal by Vardy. What a ******!

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.

 

Second, the prediction. City 2 Leeds 2.

 

Three :

1. The most stunning result I remember is Brazil 1 Germany 7 in the 2014 World Cup.

2. Being an international player is quite a dreaming achievement but wining an international trophy is most exciting.

3. A diving header is very spectacular and I'll never forget the one Achour,  a CRBelcourt player who died this week, made against JSMTiaret after a lovely cross from Lalmas.

 

jacek
29/09/2020
PL
181
points

That goal by Vardy. What a ******!

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.


jacek
29/09/2020 07:14
Poland
Southampton
181

That goal by Vardy. What a ******!

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
29/09/2020
UA
5380
points

A diving header is not the most spectacular way to score a goal, a bycicle kick is.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
29/09/2020 00:41
Ukraine
Liverpool
5380

A diving header is not the most spectacular way to score a goal, a bycicle kick is.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020
UA
5380
points

Aston VIlla 0 : 4 Liverpool


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020 16:07
Ukraine
Liverpool
5380

Aston VIlla 0 : 4 Liverpool

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020
UA
5380
points

The most stunning result I can remember is the World Cup Brasilian defeat to the Germans. If I remember well 1 : 7.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020 16:07
Ukraine
Liverpool
5380

The most stunning result I can remember is the World Cup Brasilian defeat to the Germans. If I remember well 1 : 7.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020
UA
5380
points

Chelsea 3 : 3 Crystal Palace

Everton 4 : 2 Brighton

Leeds 2 : 3 Manchester City

Newcastle Utd 2 : 0 Burnley

Leicester 3 : 0 West Ham

Southampton 2 : 0 West Brom

Arsenal 1 : 1 Sheffield Utd

Wolves 3 : 1 Fulham

Manchester Utd 2 : 1 Tottenham


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020 16:04
Ukraine
Liverpool
5380

Chelsea 3 : 3 Crystal Palace

Everton 4 : 2 Brighton

Leeds 2 : 3 Manchester City

Newcastle Utd 2 : 0 Burnley

Leicester 3 : 0 West Ham

Southampton 2 : 0 West Brom

Arsenal 1 : 1 Sheffield Utd

Wolves 3 : 1 Fulham

Manchester Utd 2 : 1 Tottenham

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020
UA
5380
points

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020 16:00
Ukraine
Liverpool
5380

The manager looked absolutely ****** at the end of the game.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020
UA
5380
points

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020 15:58
Ukraine
Liverpool
5380

It was a ****** strike. Probably the best of the season so far.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020
UA
5380
points

That goal by Vardy. What a ******!


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
28/09/2020 15:56
Ukraine
Liverpool
5380

That goal by Vardy. What a ******!

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Top Scorers
RankNameScore
1mobeckham5488
2Alex_from_Ukraine5380
3kwesimanifest4754
4wsanta4574
5Liubomyr4157
6elghoul3888
7assemjuve3705
8aragorn19863557
9Gergő Nagy3396
10haydi3189
Country ranking
RankNameScore
1Colombia71030
2Ukraine32512
3Serbia27042
4Spain22911
5Albania20475
6Macedonia19063
7Brazil17081
8Bosnia and Herzegovina16268
9Vietnam15362
10Armenia13667
Club ranking
RankNameScore
1Manchester United134256
2Liverpool91361
3Chelsea78421
4Arsenal71538
5Manchester City44322
6Tottenham Hotspur11784
7Leicester City11763
8Newcastle United9832
9Leeds United4991
10West Ham United4987

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Average: 3 (1 vote)

Goals

Improve your vocabulary.

Practise your listening skills.

Complete our language challenge and make a Premier League prediction.