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Under very little pressure from the Chelsea players he managed to head the ball into his own net - he was ignominiously subbed at half-time.
Skibbe, justifiably so, was ignominiously sent packing.
The veteran cricket administrator, who had been head of the BCCI and the ICC, made a remarkable comeback earlier this year when he once again took charge of the Board, which had once ignominiously thrown him out on charges of financial misappropriation.
Secondly, #TellCNN was ignominiously born after the US media house published a piece about the Obama visit which referred to Kenya as a "hotbed of terror".
But it might also apply to America's role in the Vietnam War, which ended ignominiously this week (April 30) in 1975 when South Vietnam's capital, Saigon, fell to Communist forces from North Vietnam.
When King Penda of Mercia attacks Bamburgh Castle, Egfrid is taken south, ignominiously bundled over Penda's saddle and drugged with mead.
Under the deceitful leadership of Tony Blair, they had 13 years of power, and ignominiously failed to radically address Britain's major problems.
Raikkonen, on his return to Ferrari after a four-year hiatus - a two-year sabbatical from F1 followed by two years with Lotus - started the day ignominiously by grinding to a halt on the F14T's opening lap out of the pits.
Mourinho's previous Chelsea stint had reportedly ended ignominiously six years ago after he was sacked following a lacklustre 1-1 draw against Norwegian football club Rosenborg in the Champions League.
Maddy's last contribution for the Bears was that his presence alone kept the crowd in benevolent mood as the county which won this tournament three years ago and reached the final last year, quietly, ignominiously claimed the wooden spoon.
Three years after his last underwhelming adventure, the half-blood son of Poseidon returns to bastardize Greek mythology once again in "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters," an epic showcase for mediocre CGI and slapdash screenwriting as the tent-pole stake ignominiously passes from "Harry Potter" helmer Chris Columbus to "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" director Thor Freudenthal.
London: That infamous false start is no longer of concern to Usain Bolt as the six-times Olympic gold medallist heads to the world championships in Moscow ready to regain the 100 metres title he lost so ignominiously in 2011.