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book (verb)


  1. [Peter Simek]OFFENDER , who had been booked five minutes earlier [for a foul on Marko Babic]OFFENSE , was substituted shortly afterwards and Croatia took control.
  2. [Arsenal full-back Lauren]OFFENDER was booked [for unsporting conduct]OFFENSE within three minutes of the restart as PSV began to threaten, although Gomes had to be at his best to block Reyes's rising drive from outside the area in the 51st minute. [1077218 / p8]
  3. Three minutes after falling 2-0 behind Portadown's prospects took a further blow in the 22nd minute when [Michael Collins]OFFENDER was sent off after first being booked [for a heavy challenge]OFFENSE then cautioned again for throwing the ball at an opponent. [79059 / p4]
  4. Indeed, [home defender Saša Papac]OFFENDER was booked as early as the fifth minute [for fouling the Croatian international forward]OFFENSE. [79720 / p3]
  5. Maccabi Tel-Aviv looked to use the pace of Addo on the break to unsettle the German side and he drew Lucio into a rash challenge on six minutes when [the Brazilian]OFFENDER was booked [for a cynical block near the halfway line]OFFENSE. [1077150 / p5]
  6. Inter midfield player Cambiasso thought he had restored parity on the night when his header squeezed in at the far post but [referee Merk]REFEREE disallowed the effort for a push and promptly booked [the Argentinian]OFFENDER [for dissent]OFFENSE. [1084886 / p11]

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Frame elements

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

had been booked Peter Simekfor a foul on Marko Babic
was booked Arsenal full-back Laurenfor unsporting conduct
being booked Michael Collinsfor a heavy challenge
was booked home defender Saša Papacfor fouling the Croatian ...
was booked the Brazilianfor a cynical block near ...
booked the Argentinianfor dissentreferee Merk