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drive (noun)


  1. On 58 minutes Jan Gunnar Solli tested Konstantinos Chalkias with a [long-range]SOURCE drive, then on 63 minutes Brattbakk and Solli combined brilliantly down the left, but Brattbakk's shot from close in was blocked. [1077217 / p9]
  2. Minutes later, a [left-footed]PART_OF_BODY drive [from Matuzalem]SHOOTER forced a low save from Dida. [1077219 / p5]
  3. Shakhtar nearly went in front after 30 seconds of the second half as Matuzalem lofted a long pass forward to [Nigerian forward Julius Aghahowa]SHOOTER who got between two defenders only to send his [right-footed]PART_OF_BODY drive [wide of Dida's goal]TARGET. [1077219 / p7]
  4. After absorbing some early Milan pressure, Ryan Giggs almost did so on the half-hour when [he]SHOOTER latched on to Ruud van Nistelrooij's through-ball and hit a low drive [past Dida]PATH that came back off the far post. [1081510 / p6]
  5. Inter produced their first effort on goal moments later as [Juan Sebastián Verón]SHOOTER, the home side's most dangerous attacking player in the early stages, struck a powerful drive [from 25 metres]SOURCE that forced Dida into a smart save. [1084886 / p6]

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PART_OF_BODY [Part_Of_Body] PATH [On_The_Field_Location] SHOOTER [Player] SOURCE [On_The_Field_Location] TARGET [On_The_Field_Location]

drive long-range
drive left-footedfrom Matuzalem
send drive right-footedNigerian forward Julius A...wide of Dida's goal
hit drive past Didahe
struck drive Juan Sebastián Verónfrom 25 metres