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tip (verb)


  1. The Italian side looked to have missed their best chance when [Stuttgart goalkeeper Timo Hildebrand]GOALKEEPER tipped [substitute Mark Bresciano's rasping half-volley]SHOT [on to the post]INTERVENTION_TARGET in the 89th minute. [79941 / p2]
  2. His hooked shot looked to be dropping in under the crossbar, but [goalkeeper Borut Mavric]GOALKEEPER tipped [the ball]BALL [over]INTERVENTION_TARGET. [75296 / p2]
  3. As the game progressed, the home side carved out the first real chance, Tuncay Sanli thundering a drive that had [Jaromír Blazek]GOALKEEPER acrobatically tipping [the effort]SHOT [on to his crossbar]INTERVENTION_TARGET. [1077151 / p5]
  4. But after the restart the game opened up again and Gordon saved from Dénes Rósa before [Szücs]GOALKEEPER, at full stretch, tipped [away]INTERVENTION_TARGET [Stewart's low drive]SHOT. [79725 / p7]
  5. [Dynamo's keeper]GOALKEEPER was back in action moments later to tip [a low Figo effort]SHOT [around the post]INTERVENTION_TARGET. [1077179 / p4]

Semantic relations


Frame elements

BALL [Ball] GOALKEEPER [Goalkeeper] INTERVENTION_TARGET [On_The_Field_Location] SHOT [Moving_Ball]

tipped Stuttgart goalkeeper Timo...on to the postsubstitute Mark Bresciano...
tipped the ballgoalkeeper Borut Mavricover
tipping Jaromír Blazekon to his crossbarthe effort
tipped SzücsawayStewart's low drive
to tip Dynamo's keeperaround the posta low Figo effort