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concede a goal/point/penalty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconcede a goal/point/penaltyconcede a goal/point/penaltyLOSE A GAME, COMPETITION, OR WARto not be able to stop your opponent from getting a goal etc during a game The team has conceded only 19 goals in 28 games. concede
Examples from the Corpus
concede a goal/point/penaltyBarthez escaped with a yellow card despite clearly kicking Ian Harte to concede a penalty.Chiddingfold should have taken the lead after five minutes when Rob Madgwick conceded a penalty for a trip.But as Saracens consistently conceded penalties, Humphreys accepted the points on offer.Hitchcock has yet to concede a goal since stepping in for Dave Beasant.Liverpool can not afford to concede a goal tonight-and James has yet to keep a clean sheet.
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