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feed (verb)


  1. Sychev's back-heel released [the speedy winger]PASSER , who skipped past a defender before feeding [Izmailov]RECIPIENT , whose shot deflected off Urmas Rooba and in.
  2. [The midfield player]PASSER broke free, fed [Nielson]RECIPIENT [on the right]TARGET, then brilliantly volleyed his return cross into the net.
  3. A long ball found [Stojkov]PASSER who in turn fed [Pandev]RECIPIENT who defied a tight angle to slot the ball in from five metres out. [75147 / p3]
  4. [Asatiani]PASSER fed [Kobiashvili]RECIPIENT , who crossed to Demetradze, and the diminutive striker's header made it 1-1. [75194 / p5]
  5. Chelsea had struggled to get a feel of the ball themselves in the first seven minutes but then a slip by Xavi Hernández gave [Lampard]PASSER the chance to feed [Kezman]RECIPIENT . [1081508 / p5]
  6. 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]PASSER feeding [Javi Venta]RECIPIENT [down the left]TARGET and the defender finishing off with a rasping left-foot drive. [79764 / p6]

Semantic relations


Frame elements

PASSER [Player] RECIPIENT [Player] TARGET [On_The_Field_Location]

feeding the speedy wingerIzmailov
fed The midfield playerNielsonon the right
fed StojkovPandev
fed AsatianiKobiashvili
to feed LampardKezman
feeding Hector FontJavi Ventadown the left