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  • v. Alternative spelling of sidefoot.

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Examples

  • Nani also set up Berbatov's goal, jinking past two defenders before nudging a pass into the Bulgarian to side-foot his shot beyond Schwarzer.

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  • Murphy stepped up to nonchalantly side-foot high past Heurelho Gomes's left with 11 minutes played.

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  • Wayne Rooney headed back across goal from the resulting corner and Nani mishit a shot straight to Smalling but the defender could only side-foot at goalkeeper Joe Hart.

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  • David Moyes' side were rewarded for their bright start after 19 minutes when Petrov and Richard Dunne failed to clear a Seamus Coleman pass and Cahill squared for Osman to side-foot home.

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  • Ten minutes later Darron Gibson's long pass out of defence freed substitute Berbatov, and he unselfishly squared the ball across for Rooney to side-foot into an open net.

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  • He was well-placed to receive Osman's pass after his midfield colleague had broken from halfway, and laid the return ball on a plate for him to side-foot home with the help of a deflection off Jose Enrique.

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  • Villa came even closer after 54 minutes when Albrighton crossed from the right and Stewart Downing stole in unmarked at the far post, only to side-foot wide of a gaping target.

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  • Matt Taylor's angled drive levelled the scores again only for Campbell to side-foot his team ahead before half time.

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  • It was then Blackpool who held a half-time lead when Adam's cross from the left found Campbell in space in the box to side-foot past Jaaskelainen.

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  • The Croatian had a shot deflected wide and was only inches away with a side-foot finish that beat Hart and was so close to finding the target that Spurs coach Kevin Bond initially rose to his feet and punched the air in celebration.

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