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 here. If you have any questions, suggestions or comments then please email us at: admin@languagecaster.com.

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Today’s World Cup phrase of the day is the expression to go for it which means to try and win a game by all-out attack – it here refers to the game, to try to win the game. This phrase was used by both sides before today’s World Cup 3rd and 4th place play-off between Germany and Uruguay with both teams suggesting they would take the game very seriously and try to win it by attacking – by going for it. The game was an exciting, open affair with the Germans winning 3-2 and the game was a great spectacle as both teams had gone for it. To go for it.

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Football phrase 2010Episode 93