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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscorelinescore‧line /ˈskɔːlaɪn $ ˈskɔːr-/ noun [countable] British English  the score or the final result in a football, rugby, or tennis match
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scorelineAt the Manor Ground the crowd would have settled for just one goal; the 0-0 scoreline does the game justice.They eventually lost that game although the 3-1 scoreline doesn't tell the full story of bad luck and missed chances.Cambridge looked anything but promotion contenders and they were flattered by the final scoreline.United completed the scoreline after 19 minutes through an Ian Bryson header.However, Graham was right in saying the scoreline hid the fact it was a comprehensive defeat.By then, though, Rangers should have added to the scoreline - and goal difference may be important in this group.The scoreline perhaps did not reflect the effort which Down put in but Bangor were more clinical in finishing off their moves.The scoreline suggests Fraser Digby in the Town goal did his bit as well.
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