In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(goal/penalty) de último momento(effort) de última hora
- After going two behind and pulling both goals back, they conceded a last-gasp penalty to lose the match 3-2.
- A last-gasp equaliser and then the pain of the penalty shoot-out.
- His equaliser brought welcome relief to the bench, but when the last-gasp winner went in delirium broke out.
- But a mixture of wayward finishing and last-gasp defending ensured the game remained goalless at the final whistle.
- He didn't simply walk out of Easter Road on a Saturday evening after his side conceded another couple of last-gasp goals to throw away points and forget about it all until the Monday.
- Masters of the last-gasp victory, Cranfield finally ran out of puff in the grand final of the popular University Challenge.
- Somehow they kept going and ironically were given a penalty and a last-gasp chance to win.
- But he is determined to make the most of his last-gasp opportunity.
- The secured the two-point win after a last-gasp victory at Greenhead Park, Huddersfield.
- The quarter-final stages began with the Scottish Thistles pulling off a last-gasp victory over Watsonians.
- In an exciting encounter, Victoria Rangers were beaten 20-16 with a last-gasp try by Keighley Albion.
- Sometimes the scoreline escapes me but I can always remember spectacular tries, last-gasp goals or a dramatic match-saving tackle.
- As it was, a belligerent second-half from the visitors, coupled with a last-gasp converted try, resulted in a respectable outcome.
- Having taken the lead soon after the break they leaked a last-gasp equaliser.
- The untimely departure of the teenager was enough to overshadow a last-gasp victory for the Merseyside outfit.
- But an equaliser and last-gasp goal took the points away from Star of India.
- Had he connected properly, it would have given City their second last-gasp victory in successive games.
- The home side secured a share of the spoils with a last-gasp penalty - denying Rochdale what could be their best chance to topple their old adversaries.
- A last-gasp winner from one of the sides tipped to do well in the division
- The young director hopes the play will restore the last-gasp fortunes of the Courtenay Theatre.
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