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disallow (verb)


  1. Stavros Georgiou thought he had scored a second three minutes later but [the goal]GOAL was disallowed [for offside]IRREGULARITY . [75269 / p5]
  2. Latvia coach Aleksandrs Starkovs was subsequently sent from the dugout by the fourth official for protesting that [the first goal]GOAL should have been disallowed [for handball]IRREGULARITY . [75226 / p8]
  3. Moussilou had the ball in the back of the net again on 52 minutes, but [his strike]GOAL was disallowed [for offside]IRREGULARITY , then twice he missed the target when well placed. [79939 / p5]
  4. The home side nearly drew level after 71 minutes as Butina dropped the ball into his own net under pressure from Ibrahimovic but [the referee]REFEREE disallowed [the goal]GOAL . [75389 / p7]
  5. In the eleventh minute, however, Dego, one of smallest players on the pitch, headed Mesika's corner against the post and two minutes later Maccabi bettered their previous attempt as Mishaelof hit the back of the net - only for the home side's celebrations to be short-lived as Mesika's corner was ruled to have crossed the byline and [the goal]GOAL was disallowed . [1077198 / p5]
  6. [Goundoulakis]SCORER had [a goal]GOAL disallowed six minutes after the interval when he ran on to a well lofted cross-field ball and slid a shot to Ricardo's right, but the referee's assistant adjudged him offside and that proved to be the Athens side's last real chance of the game. [79707 / p7]

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Frame elements

GOAL [Goal] IRREGULARITY [Offense] REFEREE [Referee] SCORER [Player]

was disallowed the goalfor offside
should have been disallowed the first goalfor handball
was disallowed his strikefor offside
disallowed the goalthe referee
was disallowed the goal
had disallowed a goalGoundoulakis