Definition of score draw in English:

score draw

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A draw in soccer in which goals have been scored, especially as distinguished from a no-score draw in football pools.
More example sentences
  • The result of the case and the attendant publicity might best be described as a score draw littered with own goals.
  • When it comes to sticking out the neck for a prediction, expect the Spanish outfit to register at least one goal on the break, possibly scraping the score draw that will take them through.
  • I'm predicting a high score draw, then a tight extra time period as both teams settle for pens.

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