side-foot

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side-foot

n
(Soccer) a shot or pass played with the side of the foot
vb
(Soccer) (tr) to strike (a ball) with the side of the foot
Translations

side-foot

[ˈsaɪdfʊt] VT [+ ball, shot] → lanzar con el interior del pie
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A good reverse ball from top scorer Dan Maguire brought another side-footed finish from Armstrong.
Daniel opened the scoring from 25 yards out before doubling the lead with a cool side-footed finish.
Coentrao had inadvertently hit the ball across his own area and the former Champions League winner had a clear shot on goal but side-footed well wide with his left foot.
Jonny Evans, Patrice Evra and Robin van Persie pulled United level three times before Mexico striker Hernandez side-footed the winner.
But as the 45 minutes ticked over into stoppage time, the Australia midfielder - who has been snapped up by Aston Villa boss Alex MxLeish to join the Premier side this summer - side-footed Maarten Martens' free-kick into the top corner to send the Dutch side into the lead.
On 20 minutes the fourth arrived, Smith side-footed home to complete a hat-trick.
The home side took the lead on nine minutes when Ben Jones side-footed home from close range.
John Heitinga levelled 10 minutes before the inter - val, making the most of a failed clearance from a corner by firing in a fierce side-footed effort that left Ben Foster with no chance.
And they almost got off to the perfect start in 10 minutes when a diagonal ball by Roddy Black found Kevin Webster whose side-footed effort was saved by Grant Pennet.
The visitors looked the stronger side as the half progressed, and Nathan Taylor and scored the opener in the 20th minute when he side-footed a cross from the left into the roof of the net.
The tie looked to be heading for a replay after Jarvis had side-footed wide from seven yards in the first half and Rovers' Terry Gornell fired into the side-netting, having gone round goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey, after the interval.
The home side were unlucky early on when Danny Wring struck the underside bar on nine minutes but it was Merthyr who finished the half stronger, and, on the stroke of half-time, the visitors went ahead as Scott Armitage's cross was side-footed home by Steve Williams.