match-winner

match-winner

n
1. (General Sporting Terms) a player who wins a sports match for his or her team, for example by scoring a goal
2. (General Sporting Terms) a goal, point, etc that wins a sports match
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Martin Harrison was the Lumley match-winner with both of their goals, the impressive Aaron Wilkinson replying for Sacriston.
McCartney looks more comfortable in his preferred full-back position and linked up well with match-winner Arca.
A draw looked inevitable until Anderson delivered the match-winner which their fans hope will signal a revival.
At Elmbridge Fishery, the Pheasant Pool at peg 19 yielded them up to the 1lb mark for match-winner Alan Burton of Oldbury, while back at Moorlands Farm, Wednesday's Open match winner Jason Watson (Lifestyle) had roach and carp weighing 34lbs 2oz from Meadow Pool peg seven.
England's most likely match-winner said he felt personal responsibility for the failure to knock over Kiwi No.11 Danny Morrison and snatch victory in the first Test in Auckland.
GRIMSBY match-winner Andy Parkinson is steering his side towards automatic promotion following this grubby win over the Stags.
DAVID JONES' search for a proven goalscorer may be continuing in earnest, but the Cardiff manager knows in JASON KOUMAS, he has a ready-made match-winner. But Wales midfielder Koumas - who left the bench to rifle in a leveller before Darren Purse netted a winner from the spot against Leeds this week - will again be among the substitutes following the 25-year-old's loan move from West Brom.
Their match-winner was Joe Barber, who hit four sixes and 10 boundaries in an unbeaten 93.
Given a rousing a reception by the home fans as a 56th-minute substitute in the U's final game of the season, the former Ipswich Town's star's thunder was stolen in his 578th match by QPR's 52nd-minute match-winner Paul Furlong.
PAUL NICHOLLS fired a stunning match-winner to preserve Leamington's aim of achieving Midland Combination Premier Division status.
The match-winner completed a remarkable comeback by Dom Corrigan's men who trailed by 1-6 to 0-2 six minutes into the second-half of a competitive encounter that led to a couple bouts of fisticuffs in the closing minutes.
The United boss said: "Laurent Robert can be a match-winner with his set-pieces.