With a late goal - from a combination of Browne and Jerome Sinclair - a minor full-time scuffle and some rare post-match tetchiness
from Ross, you could feel Sunderland's frustration at the Kassam Stadium in February, but this time it was more about themselves.
was evident when Young hollered at his team-mates to provide more movement.
There's probably going to be a bit of tetchiness
between the players, but ultimately those challenges bring you together.
While the rights and wrongs of the broadside from three of the club's most senior officials will continue to be discussed, the fact that Uli Hoeness, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Hasan Salihamidzic felt compelled to speak about a facet of the game that has been around for years and is experienced by all clubs, suggests a level of tetchiness
about how the German champions are perceived.
The two-week international lay-off didn't appear to have been kind to Hearts, who started the game completely out of sync with themselves, with 20 minutes of tetchiness
and discomfort, players pointing where balls should have been but never were.
If there isn't anything particularly happy-making going on in our vicinity, that doesn't mean our faces have to be a mask of tetchiness
For starters, it highlights North Korea's sudden emergence as Trump's main foreign-policy challenge, suggesting that the strategic patience pursued by former President Barack Obama could well be replaced by a more accident-prone policy of strategic tetchiness
It was another unedifying chapter in the long narrative of tetchiness
, touchiness and tension between those who can and can't speak the language.
For all the sorrow buried with Sachs, there should surely be an essential stillness to the character--grumpy introspection, yes; tetchiness
A great deal of money had by now been invested in Katie and Philip, and the client was showing signs of tetchiness
. BMRB had recently launched its Advertising Planning Index, which
shown only an hour earlier in exchanges over his high jinks in New Zealand is gone.
It's probably a sign of worry and some tetchiness
with the outcome of the championship up for grabs and it being win or bust for England at Twickenham.