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get_on_the_end (idiomatic expression)


  1. It took ten minutes for Greece to spark into life, when [AFC Ajax striker Angelos Charisteas]RECIPIENT got on the end [of strike partner Vryzas' low cross from the left]PASS but his toe-poked effort was pushed around the post by Giorgi Lomaia. [75200 / p4]
  2. Kovac opened the scoring on 39 minutes when [he]RECIPIENT got on the end [of an excellent right-wing cross from Darijo Srna]PASS, who dazzled down the flank for Croatia throughout the match. [75398 / p3]
  3. It seemed that Bohemians had every chance of getting the second goal they needed to book their passage, but 21 minutes from the end they fell behind again as [Levadia substitute Vladimir Tšelnokov]RECIPIENT managed to get on the end [of a Nahk pass]PASS, sneak past the home defence and slide a shot past Seamus Kelly to send his side into the lead for the second time [79053 / p5]
  4. Irish international Byrne had even more chances after the break, and he was again notably denied by Sylva on 78 minutes, but ten minutes from the end [Fitzpatrick]RECIPIENT, on as a sub for Thomas Morgan, got on the end [of a Byrne cross]PASS and headed past Sylva. [79558 / p6]
  5. However, it was Deportivo who created the first real moment of danger on 16 minutes when Víctor Sánchez whipped in a dangerous cross, only for [Jorge Andrade]RECIPIENT to prove unable to get on the end [of it]PASS. [79367 / p3]

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Frame elements

PASS [Moving_Ball] RECIPIENT [Player]

got on the end of strike partner Vryzas'...AFC Ajax striker Angelos ...
got on the end of an excellent right-win...he
managed to get on the end of a Nahk passLevadia substitute Vladim...
got on the end of a Byrne crossFitzpatrick
unable to get on the end of itJorge Andrade