no-score draw

Translations

no-score draw

[ˌnəʊskɔːˈdrɔː] Nempate m a cero
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Cove Rangers secured a highly credible no-score draw at home to Dundee.
Gartocharn were at Buchlyvie where defences always had the better of the game and not surprisingly the final result was a Forth and Endrick rarity - a no-score draw.
A 'no-score draw', by contrast, could have focussed people's attention more sharply on the basic lunacy of an international system that fostered such wars.
Lovren nodded an opportunity wide deep into injury time, but ultimately neither side could make the breakthrough and a no-score draw was a fair result.
If Celtic can get out of Parkhead on Thursday with a no-score draw to take to the San Siro it will have been a tremendous night's work.
Last season a no-score draw from a Scottish manager playing five at the back at home against a team from outside the top six might have drawn a slightly different response from the crowd of 30,000 or so.
Three of low-scoring Hull's last four games have ended 0-0 and that result is on your side, with a no-score draw making up at 90.
IT WAS a no-score draw as premier David Cameron and Ed Miliband clashed over the phone-hacking scandal.
Despite 15-2 being offered on a no-score draw, there should be goals to keep a capacity crowd warm.
Cameron in effect snatched a no-score draw from the jaws of certain victory.
However, after a no-score draw and an extension match in the final, the judges' decision went to his Australian opponent to leave Elliot with a silver medal.