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restart (noun)


  1. Just after the restart, Milan threatened as Kaká found Inzaghi in space between three defenders, only for the Italy international to lose the ball amid a crowd of bodies, allowing Valdés to fall on it. [1077187 / p8]
  2. Four minutes after the restart, Ronaldo's low shot from the edge of the area was saved by Pelizzoli as Madrid passed and probed, the tap-tap of their short passes echoing round the cavernous stadium. [1077228 / p8]
  3. Within a minute of the restart, Spain had their first shot on target, Raúl turning a defender on the corner of the penalty area and steering a shot past goalkeeper Kenan Hasagic only to see his effort clip the crossbar. [75357 / p5]
  4. Latvia's resistance was finally broken in spectacular style within ten minutes of the restart. [75232 / p7]

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