To create a situation in a match in which one's own team has more players available to receive the ball than the opposing team.
eine Überzahl herausspielen
Sich durch aufeinander abgestimmte Bewegungsabläufe und diverse taktische Spielzüge einen numerischen Vorteil verschaffen.
Syn. eine Überzahl schaffen, eine Überzahlsituation schaffen

Englisch-deutsch wörterbuch fußball. 2013.

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