inswinger

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inswinger

(ˈɪnˌswɪŋə)
n
1. (Cricket) cricket a ball bowled so as to move from off to leg through the air
2. (Soccer) soccer a ball kicked, esp from a corner, so as to move through the air in a curve towards the goal or the centre
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In like manner the Thark wheeled and leaped for the opening being made by the inswinging section.
With a muttered oath the imprisoned man turned to hurl himself against the bolted door, but ere he had taken a single step the sound of heavy feet without brought him to a stop, and the jingle of keys as one was fitted to the lock of the door sent him gliding stealthily to the wall beside the doorway, where the inswinging door would conceal him.
Then Cawley's (above) inswinging corner wasn't dealt with and the ball ended up in the net.
Waqar could walk up to any batsman in the world, look him straight in the eye and tell him the next ball was going to be an inswinging yorker and the batsman would still not be able to do anything.
It came in similar fashion to the game's previous goals - Tom James' inswinging free kick again wasn't cleared and from the resulting scramble Towers netted the winner.
The 23-year-old had a hand in all three goals and got the show on the road in the 17th minute when he produced a wonderful inswinging cross that Rudy Gestede met with a towering header.
Cardiff's goalkeeper went to ground after colliding with Scott McDonald for Millwall's winning goal, the ball being headed into his gaping net from an inswinging corner.
But it was level again after the break when Conor Watt's inswinging corner was met by Micauly Ewen who rose above the defence to head home in 54 minutes.
Charlie Mulgrew sent an inswinging free-kick into the penalty area from the left and Georgios Samaras's header deflected off an unaware Javier Mascherano and into the net past Victor Valdes.
Alert Carey had to be alert again to deal with an inswinging corner from Andy Reid, before Simon Gillett's 18-yard volley cleared the crossbar.
Ebrima Camara converted with an inswinging corner, then Curtis Wood finished a lovely move after a pull-back from Elliot Clark.
Carlisle almost found a way back when an inswinging corner from Adam Clayton picked out Richard Keogh, but he headed over from six yards.