goal kick


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goal kick

n.
A free kick in soccer that is awarded to a defensive team when the ball has been driven out of bounds over the goal line by an opponent.

goal kick

n
1. (Soccer) soccer a kick taken from the six-yard line by the defending team after the ball has been put out of play by an opposing player
2. (Rugby) rugby an attempt to kick a goal

goal kick

Kick taken by the defending team after the attackers have kicked the ball over the goal line but not into the goal.
Translations

goal kick

n (Ftbl) → rimessa (in gioco) dalla linea di fondo
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Craig Gordon is on his line to take the goal kick, makes the pass out wide and Don comes running through his box.
Keeper Scott Davies launched a goal kick, but when the linesman flagged and Moors stopped, Kirby pounced for an easy finish.
Welsh supporters' band the Barry Horns had earlier tweeted to say: "My favourite part of the game was Andorra's comedy goalkeeper, who collapsed with cramp at the end taking a goal kick.
From Will Hutchinson's goal kick, Sam Jarps headed on to John Eglinton whose shot was pushed out for a corner.
For al l those men who are in the dark, FIFA's handbook states: "There is no offside offence if a player receives the ball directly from a goal kick.
But Hussain sent a goal kick to Pinga, who was introduced only minutes earlier and the Brazilian midfielder advanced and crossed from the left flank to Saeed Al Khathiri whose header sealed the result only four minutes before the final whistle.
From a goal kick, striker Mark McCammon headed on for Simeon Jackson to race through the Darlington defence and score on 20 minutes.
By the time a goalkeeper is 15/16, he (or she) should be responsible for every goal kick from the penalty area.
If you cross Heskey with a ball, more often than not you get a goal kick.
However, Cumberworth levelled when a long goal kick went over the defence and was tapped home.
Laszlo felt the corner that led to Glenn Loovens' injurytime winner should have been given as a goal kick.
This time, against the same opposition, they came back from 3-0 down to level the game and then, after Wyrley were reduced to 10 men, they thought they had gone ahead just before the break when an indirect free-kick went straight into the back of the net without a second touch, resulting in a goal kick.