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rule (verb)


  1. [Owen]OFFENDER also turned in a Beckham centre but was ruled [offside]OFFENSE. [75342 / p6]
  2. On 21 minutes, Inzaghi thought he had brought Lazio level when he turned in Emanuele Filippini's cross, but [the forward]OFFENDER was ruled [offside]OFFENSE. [79749 / p4]
  3. Benfica continued to press and Karadas curled another shot wide before Verhulst did well to shut out Zahovic's stooping header, Luisão tapping home the rebound only for [the referee's assistant]REFEREE to rule [him]OFFENDER [offside]OFFENSE. [79761 / p5]
  4. Then [Laštuvka]OFFENDER totally read Ronaldinho's intention to chip the ball over him, as the Brazilian ran through on goal, but was ruled [to have fouled Barça's striker]OFFENSE as he attempted to clear. [1077171 / p11]
  5. Ildefons Lima had the ball in the net for Andorra 13 minutes in, but [he]OFFENDER was ruled [to have fouled Dutch goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar in an aerial encounter]OFFENSE. [75152 / p4]

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Frame elements

OFFENDER [Player] OFFENSE [Offense] REFEREE [Referee]

was ruled Owenoffside
was ruled the forwardoffside
to rule himoffsidethe referee's assistant
was ruled Laštuvkato have fouled Barça's st...
was ruled heto have fouled Dutch goal...