flick off


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vt sepwegschnippen; (with duster) → wegwedeln
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Tamim Iqbal was fit to open the batting after a wrist injury, but it was Soumya Sarkar who hit the first boundary, his flick off Lungi Ngidi bringing a huge roar from Bangladesh fans who made up the majority of the crowd at the Oval, the south London headquarters of Surrey.
Leonardo Bonucci secured victory on 76 with a close-range flick off a Ronaldo header.
Umtiti got to Griezmann's corner marginally before Fellaini and saw his header flick off the midfielder as it flew into the net.
But the second goal was not long coming as Alli combined with Son before seeing his shot flick off the head of Declan Rice and past the Spanish goalkeeper.
Andrews then had another chance from close range snuffed out by Luke Wakeman, before the striker went closer after neat link-up play between Dreher, Jason Lokilo and Andrews gave the latter a chance but he saw it flick off a defender's foot and sail over the bar.
IT WILL all flick off in Glasgow this weekend as Europe's top Subbuteo players compete in a prestigious tourney.
Getting his vampire flick off the ground to reach that fast-and-furious filming stage was hard enough, then the 41-year-old, accompanied by producer Steve O'Brien, 51, braved some of the toughest competition when they pitched it at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013.
Why don't yooze do one and flick off back to yorz ponsee maytes."
What followed was a wristy flick off Shane Watson in the first ball of the fifth over.
Ali first found the back of the goal with a clinical drag flick off a penalty corner in the 40th minute before finding his second, two minutes later, with a neat deflection from the right on a counter.
The Manchester United forward gave a fantastic back-heel flick off the assist from Theo Walcott in the 78th minute to put the Three Lions ahead.