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Michail Antonio scored four for West Ham and Norwich are down.

This Week: What a fluke!

This Week: What a fluke!

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

Transcript

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Introduction

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

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

Jack: And I’m Jack and we hope you are all well.

Laura: The Premier League season has just two weeks left but we have plenty more football English for you to learn.

Rich: We take a look at three headlines about the Premier League action from the past seven days. This week we’re talking about a West Ham player’s quadruple, strikers who don’t score scoring and lucky goals.

Jack: Our main reason for choosing these headlines, however, is so we can focus on some useful bits of vocabulary.   

Laura: And 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.

Rich: And a little later we’ll also have a Premier League prediction for you. We want you to make your predictions, too.

Jack: 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.

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

Rich: 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.

Jack: Our latest podcast is called Understanding Grammar: The Present Perfect and a surprise party.

Rich: In the roleplay, we plan a surprise party for a friend who is moving to London because she has a new job as a sports journalist.

Laura: The language focus is on how we use the present perfect to describe past actions that have present results.

Jack: We try to prepare a good party but not everything goes according to plan. You can find the lesson on the homepage on the Premier Skills English website. 

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

Laura: The words and phrases we are looking at this week are: to thump a team, top flight, a brace, shots at goal, a fluke and to nutmeg.

Jack: After the headlines, we want you to make a Premier League prediction and we have a language challenge for you to have a go at.

Headline 1

Rich: Antonio on fire as Norwich go down.

Jack: Michail Antonio scored four times as West Ham thumped Norwich 4-0 to send the Canaries back down to the Championship after one season in the top flight. Since the restart, Antonio has been involved in 78% of West Ham’s goals and his latest performance pulls West Ham closer to Premier League safety.

Laura: Norwich are the first team to get relegated this season. It all looked very different when the Canaries beat Manchester City back in September.

Rich: Bad news for Norwich fans but I’m sure they’ll be back. On Saturday I thought West Ham looked safe but then Watford, Villa and Bournemouth all go and win, too. It’s all still to play for.

Jack: That’s a nice phrase all still to play for. We can also say everything is to play for or everything is up for grabs. It means that everything is still available - all options are open or possible.

Laura: Let’s look at another couple of words from the headline. We said that West Ham thumped Norwich. Now, to thump someone in a literal sense means to hit someone with your fist. Boxers thump each other.

Rich: But here it means to beat another team easily. When one team thumps another we’re normally talking about scorelines like 4-0, 5-0 or more.

Jack: The other phrase from the headline we want to look at is top flight. We sometimes see the Premier League being described as the top flight or the top flight of English football.

Laura: The top flight is the best division in a league. In English football, the top flight is the Premier League. We often describe a team as being in the top flight - being in the best division.

Rich: We also use it as an adjective: Did you know that Portsmouth, Blackpool and Swindon Town used to be top-flight clubs - they used to play in the Premier League.

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

Headline 2

Jack: Strikers that don’t score … score.

Laura: Bournemouth had a big win against Leicester City. The Cherries beat the Foxes 4-1 and Dominic Solanke scored a brace - they were Solanke’s first goals for Bournemouth in his 39th appearance. It took Solanke over a year to score his first goal and it took less than two minutes for his second to arrive. Sheffield United’s David McGoldrick also got a brace in their 3-0 win against Chelsea. McGoldrick had had more shots at goal without scoring than any other player this season but shots number 42 and 43 both found the back of the net.

Rich: Goals are a bit like buses, aren’t they?

Jack: What do you mean?

Rich: Well, you wait for ages for one to arrive and then two come along at the same time!

Laura: Dominic Solanke scored a brace for Bournemouth and David McGoldrick got a brace for Sheffield United. They both scored twice. They scored two goals.

Jack: A brace is used to describe a pair of goals. If you score three it’s a hat-trick and if you score four like Michail Antonio we can say quadruple.

Rich: We said McGoldrick had had 41 shots at goal before he scored. That’s a lot of shots. A shot at goal is a kick towards the goal. 

Laura: Shots on goal include those that are on target which result in a goal or the keeper making a save and shots that are off-target are when the shot goes wide or over the crossbar.

Jack: Let’s take a look at our final headline.

Headline 3

Laura: Fluke gets Sterling his hat-trick.

Rich: Manchester City thumped Brighton by five goals to nil with Raheem Sterling grabbing a treble in the game but the hat-trick goal won’t be remembered for being his finest - it was a comedy of errors. Sterling ended up falling over and as he was looking away from the goal the ball hit the back of his head, which nutmegged the keeper and rolled over the line.

Jack: You are definitely getting the rub of the green when you score goals like that.

Laura: To get the rub of the green. That’s an interesting phrase - it comes from golf I think. It means to get some good fortune or to have luck on your side. It’s used quite a lot to talk about sport.

Rich: It was a total fluke. A fluke is something that is a lucky or unusual thing that happens. Sterling scored a fluke goal - it didn’t have much to do with skill but a lot to do with luck.

Jack: I suppose you could say he was in the right place at the right time which is no fluke. You can also have a fluke result. This would be when one team won surprisingly when they probably didn’t deserve to - they were lucky.

Laura: Our last phrase this week is to nutmeg someone. We said that the ball nutmegged the goalkeeper. This means that the ball was put through the goalkeeper’s legs.

Rich: Getting nutmegged can be embarrassing for a player because you look a bit silly. I don’t think Sterling’s goal made the keeper look silly - it was just a fluke and very unlucky for the keeper.

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: to thump a team, top flight, a brace, shots at goal, a fluke and to nutmeg.

Laura: Have a listen to the headlines again and see if you understand the vocabulary we’ve looked at. 

Prediction

Laura: It’s time for our Premier League prediction. Jack, you got your prediction wrong last week so your winning run ends at a grand total of none.

Jack: I knew I shouldn’t have predicted an Arsenal win. So, it’s your turn Rich. Laura is still winning our little competition because she got one prediction right.

Rich: Right, well I’m going to look at the FA Cup semi-finals Manchester City will beat Arsenal easily so I’m going to speak about the other semi-final: Manchester United against Chelsea. I think it’ll be a close game - Chelsea and United are next to each other in the Premier League table so there probably won’t be much to chose between them.  Since the restart, United have been on fire though and Chelsea’s form has been more up and down. For that reason, I’m going for a United win after extra time. Final score: Manchester United 2-1 Chelsea.

Laura: So, that’s Rich’s prediction. What’s yours? Do you agree with him? You can make your prediction for this match and any other Premier League matches on the Premier Skills English website.

Language Challenge

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

Laura: Earlier we used the idiom to get the rub of the green. Here are three more idioms that use colours. Can you complete the missing word in each sentence?

Rich: The FA Cup is a _________ opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

Jack: The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a _____ area for me. I’m never sure what’s going to happen when a decision goes to VAR.

Laura: That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a _____ moon. It was such a fluke!

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

Antonio on fire as Norwich go down

Michail Antonio scored four times for West Ham and Norwich were relegated.

Michail Antonio scored four times as West Ham thumped Norwich 4-0 to send the Canaries back down to the Championship after one season in the top flight. Since the restart, Antonio has been involved in 78% of West Ham’s goals and his latest performance pulls West Ham closer to Premier League safety.

Headlines

Strikers that don’t score … score.

Dominic Solanke scored his first goal for Bournemouth.

Bournemouth had a big win against Leicester City. The Cherries beat the Foxes 4-1 and Dominic Solanke scored a brace - they were Solanke’s first goals for Bournemouth in his 39th appearance. It took Solanke over a year to score his first goal and it took less than two minutes for his second to arrive. Sheffield United’s David McGoldrick also got a brace in their 3-0 win against Chelsea. McGoldrick had had more shots at goal without scoring than any other player this season but shots number 42 and 43 both found the back of the net.

Headlines

Fluke gets Sterling his hat-trick

Raheem Sterling got a hat-trick against Brighton but his third was a bit of a fluke.

Manchester City thumped Brighton by five goals to nil with Raheem Sterling grabbing a treble in the game but the hat-trick goal won’t be remembered for being his finest - it was a comedy of errors. Sterling ended up falling over and as he was looking away from the goal the ball hit the back of his head, nutmegged the keeper and rolled over the line.

Vocabulary Alert

Language in the headlines

David McGoldrick got a brace as Sheffield United beat Chelsea 3-0.

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?

Michail Antonio scored four times as West Ham thumped Norwich 4-0 .

The Canaries go back down to the Championship after one season in the top flight.

The Cherries beat the Foxes 4-1 and Dominic Solanke scored a brace. 

McGoldrick had had more shots at goal without scoring than any other player this season.

Fluke gets Sterling his hat-trick.

The ball hit the back of his head, nutmegged the keeper and rolled over the line.

Prediction

FA Cup Prediction

Will Manchester United or Chelsea reach the FA Cup Final?

Rich has our prediction this week. He spoke about the FA Cup semi-final between Manchester United and Chelsea.

Rich thinks Manchester United will win and it will be a Manchester Derby in the final. Who do you think will win? 

Vocabulary

Language Challenge

The keeper is nutmegged! Will Raheem Sterling ever score a goal like this again?

Jack, Rich and Laura set you a language challenge. We used the phrase to get the rub of the green earlier in the podcast and we’ve thought of three other phrases which use different colours. Can you complete the phrases using the correct colour?

The FA Cup is a _________ opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a _____ area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.

That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a _____ moon. It was such a fluke!

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

Discuss

Talk about the headlines

It looks like West Ham are safe but Norwich are down.

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. Michail Antonio scored a quadruple for West Ham. Has a player ever scored four or more for your team?
  2. Raheem Sterling scored a bit of a fluke for Manchester City. What's the flukiest goal you can remember?
  3. Who will b playing top-flight football next season?
  4. Rich has predicted a final score of Manchester United 2-1 Chelsea. What's your prediction?
  5. Can you do our language challenge?

Write your comments and answers in the section below.

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hsn's picture
hsn
03/05/2021
TR
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DISCUSS;

1. Michail Antonio scored a quadruple for West Ham. Has a player ever scored four or more for your team? I couldn't remember.

2. The flukiest goal I remembered the goalie started the game by kicking the ball then it went directly to the opponent goal and score happened by the help of wind.

3. Who will be playing top-flight football next season? My (second) hometown team Norwich-:)

4. ----------

5. Can you do our language challenge?

The FA Cup is a GREEN opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a GRAY area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.

That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a BLUE moon. It was such a fluke!

PHRASES;

• Financial situation of company getting worse and worse. There is still all to play for. Merging with another corporation , announcing bankruptcy, increasing share capital are options on the table which might be a fluke to survive.

• The point at which someone feels got fed up. At the same time it's also a point that some others think that they have everything to play for.

• In my opinion; when a team were thumped by quadruple, all the defenders should have to be substituted. It means many shots at goal.

• It was absolutely rub of the green when a defender skied the ball. It hit back of the opponent striker and rolled over the goal line. I think, the grand total of this sort of goals are not so much in a season.


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hsn
03/05/2021 11:50
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
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DISCUSS;

1. Michail Antonio scored a quadruple for West Ham. Has a player ever scored four or more for your team? I couldn't remember.

2. The flukiest goal I remembered the goalie started the game by kicking the ball then it went directly to the opponent goal and score happened by the help of wind.

3. Who will be playing top-flight football next season? My (second) hometown team Norwich-:)

4. ----------

5. Can you do our language challenge?

The FA Cup is a GREEN opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a GRAY area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.

That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a BLUE moon. It was such a fluke!

PHRASES;

• Financial situation of company getting worse and worse. There is still all to play for. Merging with another corporation , announcing bankruptcy, increasing share capital are options on the table which might be a fluke to survive.

• The point at which someone feels got fed up. At the same time it's also a point that some others think that they have everything to play for.

• In my opinion; when a team were thumped by quadruple, all the defenders should have to be substituted. It means many shots at goal.

• It was absolutely rub of the green when a defender skied the ball. It hit back of the opponent striker and rolled over the goal line. I think, the grand total of this sort of goals are not so much in a season.

Fjchaves1991
21/07/2020
BR
185
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1-Once, the player Fernandinho, in his first appearance by São Paulo F.C., scored four goals. A big and exciting debut..

2 - In the Intercontinental Cup from 1993, the striker Mueller made a strange but amazing goal with his back- heel. That goal took São Paulo the winning and the championship.


Fjchaves1991
21/07/2020 00:29
Brazil
Manchester City
185

1-Once, the player Fernandinho, in his first appearance by São Paulo F.C., scored four goals. A big and exciting debut..

2 - In the Intercontinental Cup from 1993, the striker Mueller made a strange but amazing goal with his back- heel. That goal took São Paulo the winning and the championship.

pham.van
18/07/2020
VN
1
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Language challenge
1. The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play im Europe nexr season.

2. The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area fore me. I'm never sure what will happen.

3. That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke.


pham.van
18/07/2020 10:19
Vietnam
Liverpool
1

Language challenge
1. The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play im Europe nexr season.

2. The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area fore me. I'm never sure what will happen.

3. That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke.

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mobeckham
17/07/2020
TR
6511
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Language Challenge
1. The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.
2. The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.
3. That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!


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mobeckham
17/07/2020 00:54
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

Language Challenge
1. The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.
2. The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.
3. That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!

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mobeckham
17/07/2020
TR
6511
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1. I remember once Berbatov scored a glut for our United vs Blackburn in a 7-1 win on 27th November 2010.
I wish the FPL had been invented at that time and I had had him as my captain :)

2. I can remember Chicharito's goal vs Chelsea when Antonio Valencia crossed the ball and Javier Hernandez set up his own header and scored off of his face. It was a funny goal though.
I consider that goal scored and assisted by Chicharito :)

3. I think Leeds United , Brentford City and Nottingham Forest will be playing top-flight football next season.

4. I agree with Rich and I predict 3-1 for Manchester United.
It will be a special game for me as Manchester United will play on my birthday for the first time ever. I will be so excited if we win the game.
It will be the best gift ever to qualify to the FAcup final on my birthday.


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mobeckham
17/07/2020 00:51
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

1. I remember once Berbatov scored a glut for our United vs Blackburn in a 7-1 win on 27th November 2010.
I wish the FPL had been invented at that time and I had had him as my captain :)

2. I can remember Chicharito's goal vs Chelsea when Antonio Valencia crossed the ball and Javier Hernandez set up his own header and scored off of his face. It was a funny goal though.
I consider that goal scored and assisted by Chicharito :)

3. I think Leeds United , Brentford City and Nottingham Forest will be playing top-flight football next season.

4. I agree with Rich and I predict 3-1 for Manchester United.
It will be a special game for me as Manchester United will play on my birthday for the first time ever. I will be so excited if we win the game.
It will be the best gift ever to qualify to the FAcup final on my birthday.

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Robert Tavares
17/07/2020
BR
399
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Hi there!

My comments about the headlines:

1- There are many players who scored four or more gols for my clube, Cruzeiro E. C. I remember when a young Ronaldo scored five gols against E. C. Bahia in 1993. He was only 17. He was superb!

2- Ronaldinho against England in 2002 world cup. It was a great fluke goal. Lol!

3- My predictions to top-flight teams in the next season are: Leeds United, WBA and Notthingham Forest.

4- My predictions to FA semi finals are: City 4x1 Chelsea and United 3x1 Chelsea.

5- My answers are: ****** opportunity, **** area and **** moon.

That's all!
Stay safe!


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Robert Tavares
17/07/2020 00:36
Brazil
Leeds United
399

Hi there!

My comments about the headlines:

1- There are many players who scored four or more gols for my clube, Cruzeiro E. C. I remember when a young Ronaldo scored five gols against E. C. Bahia in 1993. He was only 17. He was superb!

2- Ronaldinho against England in 2002 world cup. It was a great fluke goal. Lol!

3- My predictions to top-flight teams in the next season are: Leeds United, WBA and Notthingham Forest.

4- My predictions to FA semi finals are: City 4x1 Chelsea and United 3x1 Chelsea.

5- My answers are: ****** opportunity, **** area and **** moon.

That's all!
Stay safe!

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Robert Tavares
17/07/2020
BR
399
points

Hi everyone!

Me answers for the language challenge are:

- The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

- The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area for me. I’m never sure what’s going to happen when a decision goes to VAR.

- That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!

By for now!


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Robert Tavares
17/07/2020 00:08
Brazil
Leeds United
399

Hi everyone!

Me answers for the language challenge are:

- The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

- The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area for me. I’m never sure what’s going to happen when a decision goes to VAR.

- That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!

By for now!

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Robert Tavares
17/07/2020
BR
399
points

Hi lads.
It's nice to hear you again.
I'll give you my FA Semi-finals prediction.
I agree with Rich’s prediction, but the scores will be a little different.

Man. City 3x0 Arsenal and Man. United 3x1 Chelsea.

That's it, bye!


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Robert Tavares
17/07/2020 00:00
Brazil
Leeds United
399

Hi lads.
It's nice to hear you again.
I'll give you my FA Semi-finals prediction.
I agree with Rich’s prediction, but the scores will be a little different.

Man. City 3x0 Arsenal and Man. United 3x1 Chelsea.

That's it, bye!

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
6313
points

Norwich 1 : 3 Burnley


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:21
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Norwich 1 : 3 Burnley

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
6313
points

West Ham 4 : 1 Watford


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:20
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

West Ham 4 : 1 Watford

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
6313
points

Southampton 1 : 0 Brighton


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:19
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Southampton 1 : 0 Brighton

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
6313
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Crystal Palace 2 : 2 Man United


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:18
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Crystal Palace 2 : 2 Man United

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
6313
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Everton 2 : 0 Aston Villa


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:18
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Everton 2 : 0 Aston Villa

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
6313
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Leicester 1 : 1 Sheffield


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:17
Ukraine
Liverpool
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Leicester 1 : 1 Sheffield

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
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The flukiest goal I can remember is that of Origi against Everton after Van Dijk's "pass" on the last minutes of the match. :-)


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:13
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

The flukiest goal I can remember is that of Origi against Everton after Van Dijk's "pass" on the last minutes of the match. :-)

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
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Leeds, West Bromwich and Brentford will be playing top-flight football next season.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:11
Ukraine
Liverpool
6313

Leeds, West Bromwich and Brentford will be playing top-flight football next season.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
6313
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Manchester United 2 : 0 Chelsea


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:07
Ukraine
Liverpool
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Manchester United 2 : 0 Chelsea

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
6313
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The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:06
Ukraine
Liverpool
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The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
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The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:04
Ukraine
Liverpool
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The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020
UA
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That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!


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Alex_from_Ukraine
16/07/2020 03:02
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Liverpool
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That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!

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elghoul
15/07/2020
DZ
3988
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1. For my local team Amirouche scored some quadruples and if my memory is good enough one against Morroco for our national team.

2. Great fluke for Raheem Sterling which I was lucky to see onlive.

3. West Ham will play top flight next year.

4. Manchester united will qualify easily to the FA Cup final. Prediction 2.0


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elghoul
15/07/2020 16:30
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

1. For my local team Amirouche scored some quadruples and if my memory is good enough one against Morroco for our national team.

2. Great fluke for Raheem Sterling which I was lucky to see onlive.

3. West Ham will play top flight next year.

4. Manchester united will qualify easily to the FA Cup final. Prediction 2.0

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elghoul
15/07/2020
DZ
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Hi, this is vocabulary challenge first.

The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a  ****area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.

That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!


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elghoul
15/07/2020 16:23
Algeria
Manchester City
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Hi, this is vocabulary challenge first.

The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a  ****area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.

That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!

Izabela
15/07/2020
BR
1505
points

The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.

That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!


Izabela
15/07/2020 15:11
Brazil
Newcastle United
1505

The FA Cup is a ****** opportunity for Arsenal to play in Europe next season.

The laws about handball and penalties are still a bit of a **** area for me. I’m never sure what will happen.

That goal for Sterling will only happen once in a **** moon. It was such a fluke!

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1Manchester United143011
2Liverpool110506
3Chelsea89520
4Arsenal85722
5Manchester City58017
6Tottenham Hotspur19196
7Newcastle United10525
8West Ham United7579
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