cross-field pass

cross-field pass
switch play
Tactics in which a team quickly moves the ball from one wing to the other in order to surprise the opposing team.
Syn. cross-field pass
Seitenwechsel m
Taktischer Spielzug, bei dem eine Mannschaft den Ball von der einen Spielfeldseite auf die andere spielt, um von dieser Seite aus eine neue Angriffsaktion zu starten.
Syn. Spielverlagerung f

Englisch-deutsch wörterbuch fußball. 2013.

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