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parry (verb)


  1. In his absence, Jonatan Johansson played as a lone striker and the Charlton Athletic FC man had the visitors' best opening of the first half, crashing a header against the bar after [Bogdan Lobont]GOALKEEPER had parried . [75140 / p6]
  2. The home side finally added to their tally in the last minute, Fatih Tekke tucking in the rebound after [another Tuncay shot]SHOT had been parried [by the replacement keeper]GOALKEEPER . [75187 / p9]
  3. On 80 minutes, [Emre's left-footed drive from the edge of the penalty area]SHOT was parried brilliantly [by the goalkeeper]GOALKEEPER , and moments later Fatih Tekke was somehow denied from point-blank range. [75191 / p7]
  4. Benayoun was tripped after dispossessing Costas Kaiafas on the edge of his own area and although [Panagiotou]GOALKEEPER managed to parry [Nimni's powerful free-kick]SHOT , the ball rolled to Adoram Keisi who finished coolly. [75276 / p5]
  5. Pitak, a member of the Czech Republic team that won the 2002 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, was sent through one-on-one with Irakli Zoidze 13 minutes from time, and although [the Georgian goalkeeper]GOALKEEPER parried [the shot]SHOT , he was helpless against half-time substitute David Kalivoda's follow-up as Slavia gained a useful cushion for the return on 26 August. [79288 / p5]

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Frame elements

GOALKEEPER [Goalkeeper] SHOT [Moving_Ball]

had parried Bogdan Lobont
had been parried by the replacement keeperanother Tuncay shot
was parried by the goalkeeperEmre's left-footed drive ...
managed to parry PanagiotouNimni's powerful free-kic...
parried the Georgian goalkeeperthe shot