away goal


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away goal

n
(Soccer) a goal scored by a team playing away from its home ground. Away goals count for more than home goals in certain competitions
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In this case, Team A qualifies for the final as it scored two away goals compared to Team B, which scored one 'Away Goal'.
We wanted to win, we wanted to score an away goal, but it wasn't to be.
Leopards were undone by the first leg tie at Bukhungu Stadium, Kakamega, which ended 1-1 giving Fosa Juniors the vital away goal.
The Bosnians will protect a precious away goal after a 1-1 draw at Pittodrie last week but the defender is adamant his side go into tomorrow night's second leg as underdogs.
And with the vital away goal in the bag, the attacker is convinced the troops will be too strong back on home soil.
Every year we get to these stages of the European competitions and it's bleeding obvious the away goal is wrecking the games.
It also gives momentum to the team playing away first, like Real, with the home side, in this case City, having squandered their advantage in the first leg due to fears of conceding an away goal.
It was a heartbreaking end to Arsenal's European campaign as they came agonisingly close to scoring the third away goal they needed to progress, a feat never before achieved in the Champions League era.
Gareth Southgate's men headed into the match in Vinkovci with a 2-1 lead from the first leg and Liam Moore grabbed a vital away goal inside the first 10 minutes.
A Jose Gaya own-goal had given Serbia a vital away goal in the first-half before Sergi Roberto and Filip Kostic traded goals in stoppage-time.
The weight of the away goal is too heavy, it's too big.
The home side were keen to make a statement in last night's second and home leg of the two-match tie but in the end they had to rely on the added advantage of their away goal in the 1-1 draw in Jordan last week.