six-yard line

six-yard line

n
(Soccer) soccer the line marking the limits of the goal area
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Just a few minutes later, Mahmoud al-Mawas played a one-two inside the area with Mohamed Abu Bakr before sending a pass across the six-yard line for Darragi to tap home.
Blyth spurned a glorious chance to equalise when a good run by Jade Anderson saw her square the ball across the six-yard line to Lauren Robson but failed to make contact - her air kick allowing the defence to clear.
And City soon had a two-goal cushion as Cole's waist-high free-kick from the left bobbled through to Baily Cargill who swept home from the six-yard line to log his first goal in his second outing.
62: Amstrong robs Collins but his low cross just evades Fleck on the six-yard line.
Tomlin was again heavily involved, cutting in from the right then squaring the ball across the six-yard line for Bamford to roll home his 18th goal in all competitions.
Craig Harrison's men should have gone ahead inside two minutes as Chris Marriott's inch-perfect free-kick found Edwards on the six-yard line - but the mid-fielder scuffed his effort wide with the goal at his mercy.
Rhyl responded soon after when Ashley Stott squared across the six-yard line, with the ball nearly bundled in for an own goal.
He made a brilliant tackle in the first half when the ball got whipped across the six-yard line and he cleared it.
An impressive passing move culminated with Murray Davidson teeing up the shot for Cregg on the six-yard line.
1999: Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler celebrated scoring a penalty against Everton by appearing to simulate sniffing cocaine along the six-yard line.
According to The Sun, the installation of a three dimensional television in a pub allowed fans to roar in appreciation after seeing a goal scored by Van der Sar from the six-yard line.