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break_free (verb)


  1. Dinamo struck back just a minute later when [Levan Melkadze]PLAYER broke free [down the left]AREA and his cross was met by Akhalaia, who made it 2-1 from close range. [79723 / p5]
  2. However, the home side looked comfortable from the off and took just three minutes to extend their grip on the tie as [Luís Figo]PLAYER broke free [down the right]AREA and sent over a low centre which left Ronaldo, unmarked at the far post, with the simple task of poking in. [79373 / p3]
  3. On 18 minutes, PSV were stretched again when [Chevantón]PLAYER broke free [down the right]AREA and slipped a pass inside for Saviola who found Plašil, but the Czech midfield player hesitated long enough to allow André Ooijer to block his shot. [1081502 / p4]
  4. Undeterred, Olympiacos pushed forward and two minutes later [Venetidis]PLAYER broke free [on the left]AREA and turned in a ball to Rivaldo who fired narrowly wide. [1077210 / p8]
  5. Olympiacos came out positively after the restart and unsettled Monaco when [Pantos]PLAYER broke free [on the left side of the area]AREA, but Okkas could only direct the full-back's low cross straight at Roma. [1077193 / p8]
  6. [The midfield player]PLAYER broke free, fed Nielson on the right, then brilliantly volleyed his return cross into the net. [79560 / p5]

Semantic relations


Frame elements

AREA [On_The_Field_Location] PLAYER [Player]

broke free down the leftLevan Melkadze
broke free down the rightLuís Figo
broke free down the rightChevantón
broke free on the leftVenetidis
broke free on the left side of the a...Pantos
broke free The midfield player