equalise equalise


  1. (v) compensate; make the score equal
  2. (v) make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching


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  • Soccer-Last-gasp Alex goal hands PSG victory in French Supercup

    PARIS, Aug 3 (Reuters) - A stoppage-time goal by Alex gave Ligue 1 champions Paris St Germain a 2-1 victory over French Cup winners Girondins Bordeaux and their first trophy of the season in the Supercup played in Libreville, Gabon on Saturday. Teenager Hervin Ongenda equalised eight minutes from time in his first competitive game for PSG as a substitute to cancel out Henri Saivet's 38th-minute ...
    on August 4, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News


  1. said: "There is nothing to say except that it is a huge catastrophe. I honestly didn't see it coming. What hurts is that we didn't know how to react, or how to equalise, and then they (Mexico) killed us with that second goal. What's the problem?...
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: Patrice Evra Source: Premier League FanHouse (blog)

  2. "We needed to score more goals and didn't do it. This is football, one minute you are sleeping, then they equalise. Now we play at home," Grant added. "We can win this game. Against Olympiacos (in the previous round) we didn't play well and...
    on Apr 3, 2008 By: Avram Grant Source: ic Wales

  3. "It was a great team effort to come back and equalise," he says. "At half-time we said we had a chance to win and at the end we took a point."
    on Jun 12, 2010 By: Bob Bradley Source: P.M. News

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