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marker (noun)


  1. Baroš fed him down the right and he left marker [Schneider]MARKER for dead before returning the ball to the Czech, who placed a shot over the crossbar from ten metres. [1081499 / p9]
  2. Time and again he broke into space as [his]MARKED_PLAYER markers failed to match the striker’s pace. [75146 / p4]
  3. Kaká then produced a moment of magic to seemingly finish Liverpool's hopes before half-time as he swivelled away from [his]MARKED_PLAYER marker before threading a perfect pass through for Crespo to become only the third player to score twice in a Champions League final. [1086988 / p8]
  4. [Ronaldinho's]MARKED_PLAYER marker , [Marius Lewandowski]MARKER , had picked up a 12th-minute booking for three consecutive fouls on the Brazilian, and that caution enabled the Barça playmaker to revel in a little extra space. [1077171 / p7]
  5. Feyenoord, without injured midfield player Shinji Ono and defender Karim Saidi, threatened for the first time in the 25th minute, Salomon Kalou using his strength to outmuscle marker [Benjamin Huggel]MARKER and drive his effort centimetres wide of the upright. [79724 / p5]
  6. Forward Mathieu Bodmer put Lille in front on 20 minutes with a shot from long range, which deceived [his]MARKED_PLAYER marker [David Crawley]MARKER and goalkeeper Steve Williams. [79558 / p3]

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