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finish_off (verb)


  1. Dinamo began brightly, making two encouraging forays early on, but [Liedson]SHOOTER struck for the first time on seven minutes, finishing off [a rapid counterattacking move]MOVE [by guiding his shot past goalkeeper Irakli Zoidze]SHOT . [79715 / p3]
  2. Two minutes later [Šmicer]SHOOTER , playing his last game for the club, finished off [a move involving Alonso and Hamman]MOVE [with a sweetly struck right-footed shot]SHOT that Dida could only help into the far corner. [1086988 / p10]
  3. Egaleo tried to change things around at half-time with the introduction of Anastasios Agritis, a 23-year-old forward who scored in the 2-2 draw against Lazio, but his tireless running up front was not enough to prevent the home side from going 3-0 up, Hector Font feeding Javi Venta down the left and [the defender]SHOOTER finishing off [with a rasping left-foot drive]SHOT. [79764 / p6]

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Frame elements

MOVE [Move] SHOOTER [Player] SHOT [Moving_Ball]

finishing off a rapid counterattacking ...Liedsonby guiding his shot past ...
finished off a move involving Alonso a...Šmicerwith a sweetly struck rig...
finishing off the defenderwith a rasping left-foot ...