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A goalless draw in soccer, especially as distinguished from a score draw in football pools.
- ‘Just as the game seemed to be heading for the inevitable no-score draw, Archibald's hesitation as he collected a long punt forward proved fortuitous for Dargo - and fatal for United.’
- ‘But as soon as the action started, this game did not have the look of a no-score draw.’
- ‘If Lixnaw were bad, then Ballyheigue were worse and if you were to take Michael Conway and Michael Slattery out of the contest, then it might well have been a no-score draw.’
- ‘A high-profile, no-score draw a few miles down the road at Old Trafford might have grabbed most of the headlines on Saturday, but this one will have had a special significance for Shakers fans.’
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