pulled level [football]

  • Askalon

    Senior Member
    English (US)
    It means they equalized. I.e. due to Gautessi's goal, he made the score a draw (2-2) at that point in the game.


    Senior Member
    This means that the Indonesian side managed to tie the score after Thierry did what he did. To "pull level" means "to catch up/to tie the score".


    New Member
    English - American
    It means they equalized. This is a soccer term. Look at the sentence above in the article:

    Despite their numerical disadvantage, Muang Thong went ahead in the 93rd minute after Teerasil Dangda sent a delightful lob over Rotinsulu.

    "Went ahead" means they scored. The other team "pulled level" when they scored.

    edit:damn, three replies before I finish writing.
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