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pass (noun)


  1. However, 12 minutes later Jan Polák, winning his fourth Czech cap as a replacement for injured captain Tomáš Galásek, claimed his second international goal as he tapped into an empty net after [Rosický]PASSER beat two players and supplied the decisive pass .
  2. A minute past the half-hour, however, the home team did find an equaliser, as the Romanian defence failed to deal with Mile [Krstev's]PASSER attempted pass [to Maznov]RECIPIENT , who was left alone in front of Bogdan Lobont's goal to make it 1-1.
  3. Midway through the half, [Georgiou]PASSER was again the instigator, threading a perfectly weighted pass to Ioannis Okkas, but the striker was twice denied by Fabien Barthez.
  4. Moments after the restart Milan doubled their lead as [Rui Costa]PASSER threaded a pass [between three defenders]PATH [to Crespo]RECIPIENT who rounded Laštuvka to make it 2-0. [1077219 / p8]
  5. [Kuijt]PASSER chipped a sublime pass [from the right]SOURCE [to Kalou]RECIPIENT who scored with a diving header into the bottom corner of Rost’s net. [79717 / p5]

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Frame elements

PASSER [Player] PATH [On_The_Field_Location] RECIPIENT [Player] SOURCE [On_The_Field_Location]

supplied pass Rosický
pass Krstev'sto Maznov
threading pass Georgiou
threaded pass Rui Costabetween three defendersto Crespo
chipped pass Kuijtto Kaloufrom the right