First of all, you can't use "both" in the first sentence without a second object.  It has to be "both 'until and [something else]".

In the second sentence, "until" doesn't work.  As written, it means:

Our team had scored three goals, but when we got to the match, it was no longer true that they had scored three goals.

This doesn't make sense.  What you mean to say is:

Our team had already scored three goals by the time we got to the match.


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