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finish (noun)


  1. In added time, Romashchenko made it 4-0 as [he]SHOOTER produced a deadly finish [from Vladimir Korytko's cross]MOVE. [75300 / p6]
  2. Things got worse for Juventus four minutes into the second half when Djurgården scored their second goal through [Hysén's]SHOOTER precise finish [after he had played a clever one-two with Stenman]MOVE. [79344 / p7]
  3. Having missed a number of chances before the break, England finally scored six minutes after half-time with an acrobatic [Steven Gerrard]SHOOTER finish and David Beckham doubled the lead not long past the hour. [75342 / p2]
  4. Blanks hit the woodwork in the 50th minute before Miholaps scored his second six minutes later with a clever finish [from close range]SOURCE , despite having his back to goal. [79006 / p4]
  5. However, within four minutes of him coming on for Ludovic Giuly, [López]SHOOTER turned William Gallas before hammering [in]TARGET a [right-foot]PART_OF_BODY finish on 67 minutes. [1081507 / p8]

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MOVE [Move] PART_OF_BODY [Part_Of_Body] SHOOTER [Player] SOURCE [On_The_Field_Location] TARGET [On_The_Field_Location]

produced finish from Vladimir Korytko's c...he
finish after he had played a cle...Hysén's
finish Steven Gerrard
finish from close range
hammering finish right-footLópezin