- 旗鼓相当[qí gǔ xiāng dāng]
- be equal in match or contest of strength; a matched rival, equal in influence and power; a Roland for an Oliver; be a match for; be equal to; be matched in skill and strength; be well-matched (in strength); equal strength in match [contest]:
The two sides were so well-matched that neither could gain the upper hand. 旗鼓相当，胜负难分。
He thought he could beat anyone at tennis, but he's met his match in her.
The two candidates were neck and neck in the presidential race.
In that dingdong struggle both players were reaching great heights.
Her brother had found his match.
The teams were evenly matched.
A concert of powers is only as strong as its weakest player.
The display of muscle was almost equalled by the display of unnerving efficiency.
The brand equity concept means that brands are worth monetary value to companies.
This is all about matchups.
It was a very close game.