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[gss-content-box color=”gray”]Every day during the World Cup, the languagecaster team explain a football phrase or cliché connected to this summer’s tournament. Click on the link below to hear the word or phrase and you can also read the transcript. You can find many more examples by going to our football phrase page here
football clichés here
and our huge football glossary
Today’s World Cup phrase of the day is the expression littered with fouls which means that a game is full of fouls, that the game was a dirty one. The World Cup final between Spain and Holland promised to be a festival of football but instead we witnessed a game that was littered with fouls – Holland committed 28 and Spain 19. There were also 14 yellow cards in the game making it one of the dirtiest finals in World Cup history. To be littered with fouls.