counter-attack

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Translations

counter-attack

[ˈkaʊntərəˌtæk]
A. Ncontraataque m
B. VT & VIcontraatacar

counter-attack

(ˈkauntərətӕk) noun
an attack in reply to an attack. The enemy made a counter-attack.
verb
to make such an attack (on). Our troops counter-attacked.
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He had] 38 touches and 18 times he gave it away and if you are trying to produce a counter-attacking performance the ball has to stick.
Everton have been too pedestrian this season, but the new manager can weaponise Bolasie to offer counter-attacking threat, while he concentrates on making his defence as resilient as his teams usually are.
On that front maybe the fact we play with three centre-backs helps a little bit to be caught less on counter-attacking.
That helps the last line and that's what we did,AaAaAeA{AaAaAeAo Klopp said "It was a counter-attacking lineup to use speed from a deep situation.
The Brazilian said: "Celtic will cause us problems with their counter-attacking play and of course the atmosphere there.
The Black Cats have adopted a counter-attacking approach to their last two games against Norwich City and Sheffield Wednesday, both of which have been away from home - but they will have to be more proactive tonight when Leeds visit the Stadium of Light and Sunderland go in search of their first home win after drawing against Derby County in the season's opener on Wearside.
A counter-attacking lesson Many expected Boro to be the team who looked to play on the counter attack this season.
Another consideration is that back when this rule was invented it was a lot harder to nick an away goal due to the quality and difference of pitches and the lack of counter-attacking style football, thus justifying the value of scoring away from home.
They play nearly perfect counter-attacking football - quick, high quality.
If we want to actually achieve promotion this season though, we cannot rely on counter-attacking football alone.
Once again there were some outstanding stops during the counter-attacking session, some from point blank and one brilliant flying save from a David Cotteril drive which moved a yard in the air.
However, that would not take into consideration the fact three of those draws have come away from home, nor that this latest draw was a return to the enjoyable counter-attacking days of December.