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cross (noun)


  1. It was a wicked [Jesper Grønkjaer]PASSER cross [from the right flank]SOURCE which caused all kinds of problems for the Ukrainian defence and was met at the far post by Jørgensen, who steered the ball into the roof of the net.
  2. The home side were passing the ball around confidently and could have doubled their lead on 16 minutes when [Jørgensen]PASSER turned provider, putting over a cross [with the outside of his right foot]PART_OF_BODY [for Jon Dahl Tomasson]RECIPIENT to glance a header that was expertly saved by the outstreched hand of Olexander Shovkovsky.
  3. The midfielder beat two men and fed [John Arne Riise]PASSER who delivered a low cross which was turned in by home defender Jorge Andrade under pressure from Baroš, who appeared keen to claim the goal from two metres.
  4. [Amedeo Carboni]PASSER then tried his luck by offering up a low cross but it was gobbled up by Inter keeper Alberto Fontana.
  5. Neither created a chance worthy of mention until the 20th minute, when [the lively Quaresma]PASSER swung an inviting cross [into the box]TARGET which McCarthy deflected on to Maniche on the edge of the area, but his powerful volley flew narrowly wide.

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Frame elements

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

cross Jesper Grønkjaerfrom the right flank
putting over cross with the outside of his r...Jørgensenfor Jon Dahl Tomasson
delivered cross John Arne Riise
offering up cross Amedeo Carboni
swung cross the lively Quaresmainto the box