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miss (verb)


A player (SHOOTER) attempts a shot (SHOT) from some location (SOURCE) on the field, but the shoot fails to arrive at its target.


  1. [James Quinn]SHOOTER then just missed [the target]TARGET , but there was to be no breakthrough and Azerbaijan remain just ahead of the Northern Irish on goal difference, leaving Lawrie Sanchez's side bottom of the table. [75333 / p5]
  2. Within seconds Otelul's Viorel Tanase found Costel Mozacu, but [his effort]SHOT missed [from 12 metres out]SOURCE . [79282 / p3]
  3. Robben had the first chance for the visitors but after a solo run past two defenders [his shot]SHOT missed [the target]TARGET . [75152 / p4]
  4. The visitors were badly stung but found encouragement with a Samuel Eto'o drive that Petr Cech clawed away, swiftly followed by [a Ronaldinho header]SHOT that missed [by centimetres]DISTANCE . [1081508 / p7]
  5. Five minutes into the second half Heinz sent an effort over the bar and soon afterwards [Jan Koller]SHOOTER missed [from close range]SOURCE . [75153 / p4]

Semantic relations


Frame elements

DISTANCE [On_The_Field_Distance] SHOOTER [Player] SHOT [Moving_Ball] SOURCE [On_The_Field_Location] TARGET [On_The_Field_Location]

missed James Quinnthe target
missed his effortfrom 12 metres out
missed his shotthe target
missed by centimetresa Ronaldinho header
missed Jan Kollerfrom close range