English version

seal a victory/win/match

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseal a victory/win/matchseal a victory/win/matchto make a victory certain Smith’s goal sealed the victory. seal
Examples from the Corpus
seal a victory/win/matchHe then supplied the finishing touch to a 32-pass move to seal victory.Andy Cole's first international goal sealed victory in injury time.
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