It was only when Slovakia went down to 10 men and Alli came on that things livened up
The introduction of Tom Rowlands from the bench livened up
the Lilies frontline and when the former Quay man was clipped in the box it looked a blatant penalty, but referee Kris Hames was unmoved.
In May 1965, the introduction to a Post story about the insurance world was somewhat clunkily livened up
with a reference to one of Britain's best-loved thriller writers.
The 1st Ryton Scout Hut has been livened up
with eye-catching artwork, thanks to the efforts of a group of young Norwegians spending 10 days with members of Ryton Methodist Church.
The event livened up
the town and revived old crafts," said Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska.
The game soon livened up
with further substitutions but, as the encounter entered the final 20 minutes, there was still no sign of a breakthrough.
And while these can be slow-going, they are livened up
a bit by Sir Ian Botham and Shane 'Bowling Warney' Warne being your teachers.
With the possibility that the weekend rain will have livened up
the track to the benefit of both teams' bowlers, a different option to pursue is a buy of Essex opening bowler Andy Bichel's performance.
This idea might have livened up
the remake of The Stepford Wives, but, oh, well.
The tie-up livened up
rival operators with Go-Ahead up 30p at 550p.
Worshippers say it has really livened up
the Easter season celebrations.
Yesterday argumentative Charley livened up
the house with a foam party.
A Johannesburg colt (lot 20) livened up
the early proceedings by dislodging his rider near the start and careering off in the direction of Cambridge.