England forward Theo Walcott netted a hat-trick as Premier League new boys Blackpool were brought back down to earth
with a 6-0 thrashing at Arsenal.
England were brought back down to earth
with a bump in Pakistan this winter as they failed to follow up last summer's Ashes heroics.
The dot-com craze got brought back down to earth
, but many of the technologies are here to stay and are changing the way companies are engaging in their processes," said Dick Roby, director of the insurance group at TowerGroup.
Still on a high after last week's 81-74 victory over Rain or Shine, Ginebra was brought back down to earth
with a 91-84 loss to GlobalPort on Sunday.
But he was brought back down to earth
as the 11-times grand slam champion claimed five games in a row before wrapping up the match when Thiem smacked a backhand wide.
Anyone who is still riding high on the wave of euphoria from the Yes vote will be brought back down to earth
with a bump after reading how the chef was brutally kicked and punched in his own home simply because of his sexuality.
Every time we dared to lift our heads we were brought back down to earth
with a bump.
STEVENAGE 5 CHELTENHAM 1 CHELTENHAM were brought back down to earth
with a shuddering halt at Stevenage after their FA Cup heroics against Swindon Town.
After Tuesday night's FA Cup heroics against Conference North side Colwyn Bay, Town were brought back down to earth
as their league rivals went 2-0 up inside 13 minutes.
HUDDERSFIELD Giants Under 19s were brought back down to earth
with a bump following their heroics against Leeds at Headingley last week.
And retailers were brought back down to earth
after a strong session on Thursday in the wake of better-than-expected trading figures from Marks & Spencer, WH Smith and Mothercare.
PALERMO climbed off the foot of the Serie A table for the first time in eight weeks after a 2-0 victory at home to Roma last Saturday but they remain in deep trouble and could be brought back down to earth
by a defeat at mid-table Sampdoria today, writes Dan Childs.