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1poste de la portería masculinepalo de la portería masculineposte del arco masculine Latin Americapalo del arco masculine Latin Americato move the goalposts — cambiar las reglas de juego
- Goals are scored when the ball is kicked through goalposts or carried into the end zone.
- The ball came off the goalpost and Torsten Frings' arm stopped it going over the line.
- The first few games that were played, they actually put broomsticks up as the goalposts and had washing baskets.
- There, the burning of suits and chaining naked team-mates to goalposts was de rigueur.
- Facilities will include a platform for skateboarders, and goalposts and basketball hoops.
- It flew at an alarming rate towards the goal, hit the goalpost, and rebounded off it straight back at me.
- It is played on the streets of Soweto with tin cans for goalposts.
- Meanwhile a forlorn figure leant against a goalpost long after the finish.
- If LSU kicks off, his job on the coverage unit is to line up square with the right goalpost and plug the middle.
- The same player rocked Carlow with a thunderous shot off the goalpost for a spectacular goal to put Port ahead for the first time after 12 minutes.
- One time after practice, Leftwich stood at his own 30 and hit the goalpost on the fly.
- The distance between the goals and the goalposts shall be decided upon by the Captains of the sides playing.
- In celebration, students tore down the goalposts, and the chancellor canceled Monday classes.
- What would have become of the Eagles if Akers' kick had gone flying wide of the goalpost?
- Later, he would walk on the crossbar between goalposts and try to grab the football from referees.
- A goal, worth three points, is scored when the sliotar is played by either team over the goalline between the goalposts and under the crossbar.
- When I first came to the club there wasn't a training ground and no-one would dare come to training in a jumper, as they would be used for goalposts!
- Did you see T.O. get up last night after his touchdown to dunk the ball through the goalpost?
- During the game, his head twitches, his arms flail away, hitting his pads and file goalposts with his stick.
- And inside, the little red pieces of tape on the goalposts were blowing in opposite directions.
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