2019 Women’s World Cup Language: Tap-in
England’s second goal in their 3-0 win over Norway in the first of the Women’s World Cup quarter-finals was scored by their centre forward Ellen White who scored from close range. This means that she scored from very near the goal, while we can also use the phrase ‘a tap-in‘ which describes a goal that has been scored from very near the goal – the player only has to hit it very softly to score; to tap it. Strikers love these types of goals as they are relatively easy to score – they simply have to tap it home.
Jlacey is top with 56 points which is one more than Aki and these two have opened up a gap at the top – the leader is seven points ahead of Paul and ten ahead of the home team Learn English Through Football, Nina and Jon. There are seven games remaining in the tournament so still all to play for.
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