A huge victory for Hercules against Barcelona, a Champions League review and a football derby special feature on this week’s languagecaster.com’s football podcast. For more football news come to our site, read the posts, listen to our main reports and check out our links section.
This week’s featured match sees Manchester United take on Liverpool – a game with no love lost between the two sides. Below are Damian and Damon’s predictions
This week’s English phrase for football is ‘to pull something out of the bag‘. This phrase is used when a team ‘saves’ the game by winning or avoiding defeat in a surprising way – the team pulled a victory out of the bag. Last weekend Manchester United visited Everton and were winning the game 3 – 1 with 90 minutes played. But Everton pulled a draw out of the bag with two goals in stoppage time. To pull something out of the bag.
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This week’s QUIZ QUESTION:
Which of Manchester United or Liverpool has won more of their head to head games in all competitions?
a. Manchester United
c. The same record
Answer next week.
The answer to last week’s question was nine countries have won the European Championship title: Spain, France, Germany, Russia, Italy, Denmark, Greece, Holland and Czechoslovakia.
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