Wilfried Sanou came close to levelling for the Stallions - playing in their first final - midway through the second half but his brief flash of brilliance was extinguished by a top-drawer save by Vincent Enyeama.
What does FOB stand for?
FOB stands for Flash of Brilliance
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- Fellowship of Believers (gaming environment)
- Festival of Bands
- Fiber Optic Bundle
- Fiberoptic Bronchoscope
- Field of Bone (Everquest gaming)
- Field Operations Bureau
- Finger-Operated Button (locked entry)
- First Order of Business
- First Overtone Band
- Fixed Optical Bench
Samples in periodicals archive:
There was an element of luck about both West Brom's goals, but other than the occasional flash of brilliance from Adel Taarabt, Redknapp's team offered little going forward and were also shaky at the back.
There was an element of luck about both West Brom's goals, but other than the odd flash of brilliance from Adel Taarabt, Redknapp's team offered little going forward and were shaky at the back.
Chelsea rode their luck and scored a blistering goal from an individual flash of brilliance.
Robbie Keane had shown a flash of brilliance to set up his partner Torres for that last first half opening, but too often the new Liverpool pairing had seemed at odds.
It took a flash of brilliance from Smith to seal it, latching on to a wind-assisted ball from deep inside his own half before unleashing an unstoppable drive past Stuart Nelson into the top corner of the net.
Noone in our team came out with a flash of brilliance that might have changed the game in our favour.
When you have two top class sides like these then you know that there are a number of players who can win the game with just one flash of brilliance.