English version

penalty kick in Football topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpenalty kickˈpenalty ˌkick noun [countable]  DSFa penalty(4)
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penalty kickIt should be pointed out that a deliberate knock-on can still be penalised by a penalty kick.It was undeniably dead. perhaps it had been stunned by a penalty kick from a crack centre-forward.As it is, a penalty kick at goal can take up to two minutes out of the match.Laws 26.2a states that any law which is wilfully broken can lead to a penalty kick.He hit the right post with a penalty kick and the ball bounced almost square to the left.It may be that Gary McAllister simply made a mess of his penalty kick.After fooling Knight with his now-customary shuffle, he screwed the penalty kick embarrassingly wide.