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If the shoulder gets in front, a sclaffed ball is almost sure to be the result, the club coming into contact with the turf much too soon.
He sclaffed several beauties past the Baron, nonplussed the Nigerian princess by his luscious lobs, and finished off the set and match by a wonderful scoop-stroke which died down like a poached egg.
The interval offered little respite for United as Celtic stepped up a gear immediately after the restart when Keane lofted in a golden opportunity for Fortune to tap in from six-yards out, but the Frenchman sclaffed the ball at a throng of United defenders.
Smith made a hash of clearing the corner and Mark McLaughlin's sclaffed effort was hacked off the line by Kevin McBride.