Flying shot

a shot fired at a moving object, as a bird on the wing.

See also: Flying

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If he had only kept his head, he could have taken a flying shot at the man with the marmalade-pot.
56 minutes: Cisse tests Al-Habsi with a flying shot after Marveaux's fine run.
Young midfielder Al Hardan picked up Mahmood Abdulrahman's corner-kick and sent a flying shot into the far left corner of Iraq goalkeeper and skipper Noor Sabri.
CUP HEROES: Cardiff City meet Chelsea in an FA Cup sixth round replay in 1927 - Last minute drama as City cling on to their 3-2 lead at Ninian Park - Bob Turnbull of Chelsea takes a flying shot at goal in the dying minutes but a save from unseen goalkeeper Tom Farquhar son
Andy van der Meyde should have made them pay when Johnson found him with a clever cross, but his flying shot went wide.
Mr Etheridge was injured on his forehead by flying shot.
Most of the poses are fine but, if I am doing a flying shot, I have to arch my back over a chair so that, when the picture is turned around, it looks like I am flying upwards.
The ball position moves back in your stance On an upslope, you usually get a higher flying shot which travels a shorter distance.
Christopher Etheridge was hit in the forehead by flying shot after Mark Groombridge fired at him from close range, Stafford Crown Court heard.
Turner struck the winner with a flying shot on the turn as Quorn kept up the pressure at the top of the table.
Here, Bob Turnbull of Chelsea takes a flying shot at goal in the dying moments of the match but the intervention of defender Jimmy Nelson and a save by the unseen keeper Tom Farquharson sees the Bluebirds safely home.
Julio Arca advanced from midfield and was only denied by a sprawling save from Luke Steele in the early exchanges before defender Justin Hoyte served notice of his attacking intent with a flying shot from 25 yards that flew wide.