Football Glossary: To Draw (a game)

(to) draw a game

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When there is no winner in a match we call it a draw, e.g. 0-0 or 1-1 (In the US it is known as a tie)

  • Example: The two teams drew the first leg 1-1 but Liverpool won the second game to progress.
  • Example: Manchester City have drawn too many matches this season making it difficult to retain their title.
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