from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of one who plays sports with their right foot in preference to, or more skillfully than their left.
- adj. Played using the right foot
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Using the right foot as the guide and base of action, as in beginning to march, in spading, etc.
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Benjamin Lüthi drilled a right-footed free-kick into the Stoke wall in the 84th minute before Stipe Matic fired wide from 12 yards from a Reinmann cross as the final few minutes of the match proved to be the most eventful.
The home side continued to press for an equaliser after the break, Reinmann hitting a right-footed shot over the bar before Shawcross got in the way of an effort by Roland Bättig.
Wayne Rooney turns his back toward the goal, launches his body into mid-air, twists it so that it's parallel to the ground and unleashes a fierce right-footed overhead kick, which rockets into the back of the net.
Manchester United 0-1 Crystal Palace Ambrose 65 That is an astonishing strike from Darren Ambrose, who picks up the ball about 45 yards from goal, wafts a smidge to his right and dispatches an unstoppable right-footed surface-to-air screamer into the top left-hand corner.
Barely 20 seconds after the resumption, Nicolas Anelka – who had just replaced Frank Lampard – prodded a glorious ball into the inside-left channel for Torres, whose deft right-footed finish did full justice to the pass.
Beausejour atoned for his earlier error when he swept a right-footed shot home and, given the fragile confidence within the Brugge side‚ they had lost their previous four matches despite being ahead in all of them‚ there was a sense of inevitability that an equaliser would follow.
Derdiyok then elevated for a picturesque right-footed bicycle kick that arced over the frozen goalkeeper and into the far corner of the net.
Tame shots and easy saves were the routine for most of the remainder of the first period – Friedel from Young, De Gea first from a rare right-footed effort from Gareth Bale and then from Van der Vaart's half-hit drive from distance.
Messi, the Argentina captain, provided a perfect one-touch pass in the 24th minute for Higuaín to control the ball and shoot right-footed into the corner past the Nigeria goalkeeper, Dele Aiyenugba.
However, it did mean that Liverpool were playing two right-footed players on that side with Joe Cole playing on the left of midfield.
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