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- adjective having no points scored; -- of games.
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- adjective Devoid of
- adjective sports In which no goals have been
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- adjective having no points scores
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But hopefully he'll take heart from this-sometimes finishing suffers because guys put too much pressure on themselves to break a goalless drought.
Sekou Berthe tries to score for Panionios against Veria, but the game ended goalless, meaning a replay will be necessary.
We were still goalless at that stage but you need to be alert yourself during the later stages and spot where you can influence the match with a substitution or a tactical tweak.
Given's prowess was in evidence in both halves of a dour goalless draw.
The match appeared to be heading for a goalless draw that both Coyle and Steve Bruce might have accepted as Bolton and Sunderland had each started the game on six points, and were third- and fourth-bottom respectively.
First, Roman Abramovich winces as El Niño is taken off, seven games into his goalless stay at Stamford Bridge; then, Damien Comolli, director of football at Liverpool, starts chirping about how clouds lifted over Anfield when Torres fled Merseyside with his £50m transfer fee.
League One leaders Brighton held to a goalless draw at Southampton
A roaring crowd and a hectic, heroic goalless draw that took Tottenham Hotspur into the last eight for the first time in half a century.
Arsenal also boasts a strong record in this fixture: The clubs shared a goalless draw in last season's fixture at the Emirates Stadium but the Gunners won each of their four previous Premier League matches at home to City.
It will be the Scot's first appearance as a Liverpool manager at Anfield since a goalless FA Cup fifth-round tie against Everton in February 1991.