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control (noun)


  1. Olympiacos showed their attacking intent from the outset and Rivaldo unsettled the visitors' defence after two minutes when [he]RECIPIENT twisted and turned in the penalty area, but lost control before he could shoot. [1077210 / p7]
  2. Just past the hour, Arsenal made a double substitution, bringing on Robert Pires and Cesc Fabregas for José Antonio Reyes and Matthieu Flamini and within two minutes they had scored, [Henry]RECIPIENT bringing [a high ball from Cole]PASS under control in a flash before dispatching it past a helpless Kahn. [1081504 / p10]
  3. [The goalkeeper]RECIPIENT appeared to have control [of the ball]BALL , but Boya raced in to kick it over the line, provoking a furious response from the Lazio players. [79749 / p4]

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Frame elements

BALL [Ball] PASS [Moving_Ball] RECIPIENT [Player]

lost control he
bringing under control a high ball from ColeHenry
have control of the ballThe goalkeeper