Spanish translation of 'own goal'
See also own
(Sport) autogol m
the campaign was considered a public relations own goal for the government la campaña se consideró un perjuicio que el gobierno se ha hecho a sí mismo or un gol que el gobierno se ha marcado a sí mismo en el ámbito de las relaciones públicas
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Example Sentences Including 'own goal'
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But he netted an embarrassing own goal to settle a dull affair yesterday.The Sun (2013)
He scored three own goals in successive Championship matches.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He struck with two second-half headers - and in between conceded an own goal.The Sun (2016)
His critique of the mental frailty may be widely shared but letting the players know you think it is a monumental own goal.The Sun (2016)
ONLY three players have netted two own goals in a game in Premier League history.The Sun (2015)
Some people shout at me, telling me not to score another own goal.The Sun (2013)
Uefa quickly announced it as a Sterling own goal.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
When you are on a booking, you don't go lunging in nowhere near your own goal.The Sun (2016)
Set your own goals in life.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
His team scored an own goal when they played Argentina.The Sun (2014)
It's a spectacular own goal.The Sun (2012)
Pupils are doing all sorts of really impressive things and we encourage the students to set their own goals.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The big centreback had played with solid defiance but in the space of four minutes, he missed a fine chance and scored an own goal.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
'own goal' in Other Languages
British English: own goal NOUN
In sport, if someone scores an own goal, they accidentally score a goal for the team they are playing against.
They took the lead through an own goal after only 30 seconds.
Translation of own goal from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary