cross-field ball

cross-field ball
cross
A pass from an attacking player near the sideline to a team-mate in the middle or on the opposite side of the field, which is used to create space and/or to give the team-mate a good scoring opportunity.
Syn. cross-field ball
Flanke f
Pass von einer der beiden Außenbahnen zur Mitte, der einen in der Regel im Strafraum postierten Mitspieler erreichen und diesem eine Torchance ermöglichen soll.
Syn. Hereingabe f

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