back-heel

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back-heel

vb (tr)
(General Sporting Terms) to strike the ball with one's heel and make it go behind one
n
(General Sporting Terms) an act of striking the ball behind one with one's heel

back-heel


Past participle: back-heeled
Gerund: back-heeling

Imperative
back-heel
back-heel
Present
I back-heel
you back-heel
he/she/it back-heels
we back-heel
you back-heel
they back-heel
Preterite
I back-heeled
you back-heeled
he/she/it back-heeled
we back-heeled
you back-heeled
they back-heeled
Present Continuous
I am back-heeling
you are back-heeling
he/she/it is back-heeling
we are back-heeling
you are back-heeling
they are back-heeling
Present Perfect
I have back-heeled
you have back-heeled
he/she/it has back-heeled
we have back-heeled
you have back-heeled
they have back-heeled
Past Continuous
I was back-heeling
you were back-heeling
he/she/it was back-heeling
we were back-heeling
you were back-heeling
they were back-heeling
Past Perfect
I had back-heeled
you had back-heeled
he/she/it had back-heeled
we had back-heeled
you had back-heeled
they had back-heeled
Future
I will back-heel
you will back-heel
he/she/it will back-heel
we will back-heel
you will back-heel
they will back-heel
Future Perfect
I will have back-heeled
you will have back-heeled
he/she/it will have back-heeled
we will have back-heeled
you will have back-heeled
they will have back-heeled
Future Continuous
I will be back-heeling
you will be back-heeling
he/she/it will be back-heeling
we will be back-heeling
you will be back-heeling
they will be back-heeling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been back-heeling
you have been back-heeling
he/she/it has been back-heeling
we have been back-heeling
you have been back-heeling
they have been back-heeling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been back-heeling
you will have been back-heeling
he/she/it will have been back-heeling
we will have been back-heeling
you will have been back-heeling
they will have been back-heeling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been back-heeling
you had been back-heeling
he/she/it had been back-heeling
we had been back-heeling
you had been back-heeling
they had been back-heeling
Conditional
I would back-heel
you would back-heel
he/she/it would back-heel
we would back-heel
you would back-heel
they would back-heel
Past Conditional
I would have back-heeled
you would have back-heeled
he/she/it would have back-heeled
we would have back-heeled
you would have back-heeled
they would have back-heeled
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The little striker missed three glaring headers before scoring with the toughest chance of the lot when he back-heeled the ball through a crowd to give Killie the lead.
When he back-heeled the ball there was a roar of approval from the knowledgeable supporters at the game: "The same owld Hughie".
He said: "They would have gone in the crowd so I back-heeled them.
And Boro sealed a polished performance on 85 minutes as keeper Ruddy collected then fumbled a corner to spark a scramble and when it was poked goalwards Wildschut back-heeled it home from close range.
His goal against Spurs for West Ham was very good and that brilliant back-heeled volley in England Under-21 training shows his class but, ultimately, it means nothing if he does not have consistency.
Kristoffer Peterson gave Steve Cooper's side the lead on 17 minutes before Jerome Sinclair back-heeled past Barney McLaughlin to double the visitors' advantage.
Flint moved back in front when Rush back-heeled in, but before the interval a Danny Dobbins own goal made it all square.
Summary: United Arab Emirates midfielder Theyab Awana, who became a YouTube celebrity after scoring a back-heeled penalty in an international against Lebanon.
A CHEEKY back-heeled goal from Darran O'Sullivan was the highlight of a stress-free day for Kerry in Croke Park.
From that point, the game was Germany's, and goals by Neuville (a stunning blast to the upper left in the 74th minute), Klose again (beating Keller one-on-one from a back-heeled give-and-go with Neuville in the 77th) and Ballack (a sharp header from Klose's cross in the 79th) turned a relatively tight game into a rout.
Burton were thrown a lifeline when Dale Anderson cleverly back-heeled a Jon Shaw cross over the line in the 79th minute.
Kieron Dyer, who played as a makeshift striker alongside Shearer, started the ball rolling with a deftly back-heeled 18th-minute opener and after Shearer had helped himself to his first goal of the night, Lee Bowyer fired home the third on 54 minutes.