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Football Language: An eye for goal

An eye for goal

An eye for goalIf a player is known for scoring goals we say that he or she has an eye for goal. They often make goal scoring look easy – they know where the goal is. An eye for goal.
  • Example: The striker had an eye for goal and slotted home the rebound.
  • Example: Forwards such as Muller, Shearer and Romario always had an eye for goal.
  • Which players do you know that had/have an eye for goal?

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