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snapshot (noun)


  1. Liverpool were presented with an excellent chance minutes later when Maicon headed Josemi's long throw into the path of Bišcan but [the Croatian's]SHOOTER snap-shot slid wide. [1077209 / p7]
  2. Last year's semi-finalists pressed in search of an equalizer but a snapshot [from Juan Carlos Valerón]SHOOTER, which curled over from 20 metres, was the closest they came. [1077194 / p8]
  3. But CSKA started on the back foot, and goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev dived full length to push [José Pierre-Fanfan's]SHOOTER snapshot around the post, after the hosts failed to clear a bouncing ball. [1077175 / p4]
  4. The Russian team were controlling the midfield and on 23 minutes Fernando Ricksen almost gifted them the opening goal when he conceded possession deep inside his own penalty area, but Klos spared his blushes with an instinctive save from [Love’s]SHOOTER snapshot . [79353 / p5]
  5. For once Chevantón succeeded in working space for himself inside the box just after the hour, but this time [his]SHOOTER snap-shot was pushed out by Gomes diving to his left. [1081502 / p8]

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SHOOTER [Player]

snap-shot the Croatian's
snapshot from Juan Carlos Valerón
snapshot José Pierre-Fanfan's
snapshot Love’s
snap-shot his