goalscorer

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goalscorer

[ˈgəʊlˌskɔːrəʳ] Ngoleador(a) m/f
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Because once a natural goalscorer, always a natural goalscorer.
Bruce is not too concerned about that, though, living by the mantra that "once you're a goalscorer you're a goalscorer" - and Almiron is not worrying, either.
Gareth Bale became Wales' top goalscorer in history
"PLAYS to his strengths, does what he's comfortable doing and whether he's good enough to be a regular top-flight goalscorer - that's something for him to prove, but he is a good little goalscorer.
"I always said if she's born on Wembley day I'm going to name her after the winning goalscorer.
FACT Robert Snodgrass is top goalscorer in World Cup qualifying with three goals.
The bookies dramatically cut his odds to 8/1 from 20/1 to claim the top goalscorer title as a result.
THE Euro 2016 winners won't be known until tomorrow but bookmakers have cried enough as far as the top tournament goalscorer is concerned, and Golden Boot leader Antoine Griezmann also looks to have taken a decisive step towards being crowned Player of the Tournament.
The Fair Play trophy went to Coulby Newham A and B; and top goalscorer went to J Wenn of St Francis who also won player of the season.
Jose's Second Coming has seen a PL record of W6 D6 L0 - with nine UNDER 2.5 goals, plus three 'no goalscorer' returns in the six aways.
When asked what the future holds, Sherwood said: "He's a goalscorer and if he gets chances he will score.
JOHN HUGHES admits the task of replacing goalscorer Billy Mckay may be beyond Caley Thistle's modest financial muscle.