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centre (noun)


  1. Yanal switched Tuncay and Hasan Sas at the interval, although it took Ümit to find his range for Turkey to score their first goal on the long road to Germany; [the midfield player]PASSER drifting out to the left and delivering a perfect centre which Tekke headed in with 49 minutes on the clock. [75182 / p5]
  2. Duff's first meaningful contribution led to the opening goal on eight minutes, Morrison nodding [the winger's]PASSER perfect centre across Pascal Zuberbühler and in at the far post. [75270 / p4]
  3. Four minutes into the second half, [Loucas Karadimos]PASSER provided a centre that the away defence failed to deal with and Yasemakis capitalised from close range to pull a goal back. [79368 / p6]
  4. On 39 minutes it was a pass by Hoolahan that led to the best chance of the half when he threaded the ball to Owen Heary [whose]PASSER [right-wing]SOURCE centre sat up beautifully for Jason Byrne, but the forward panicked and failed to connect. [79367 / p5]
  5. The move began with Jesús Navas, who broke down the right before sending [in]TARGET a low centre that Baptista hit directly at goalkeeper Stephan Straub. [79747 / p3]
  6. [Jens Nowotny's]PASSER centre was met by the head of Andriy Voronin, who got ahead of Beckham only to see his effort rebound off the crossbar. [1077211 / p6]
  7. [Steve Strong]PASSER lost his marker before swinging [in]TARGET a centre [for former Saint Adam Wallace]RECIPIENT to supply a clinical rightfooted finish. [WWW]

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Frame elements

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

delivering centre the midfield player
centre the winger's
provided centre Loucas Karadimos
centre whoseright-wing
sending centre in
centre Jens Nowotny's
swinging centre Steve Strongfor former Saint Adam Wal...in