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    #1

    Mai I say ''he scored two goals early on/in the game''

    Both prepositions, but not together as ''early on in the game'', right? May I put early besides the verb ''to score''?

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    #2

    Re: Mai I say ''he scored two goals early on/in the game''

    You can say 'He scored two goals early in the game' or 'He scored two goals early on in the game'.

    Both versions mean 'at an early stage of the game'.

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