when a ball comes across the field from a sideline towards the goal.
A pass from near the touchlines that is directed towards the area in front of the goal. A cross is usually intended to be headed or volleyed with the foot into the goal by a teammate.
When a player on the wings drives, chips or lofts the ball to teammates in front of the goal or on the other side of the field.
center the ball from the wing to in front of the net.
When Philipp Lahm smacks a beautifully struck ball from the wings right onto the foot of his striker, and defensive players are left paralysed in their positions, that's a cross.
Ball passed from the flanks, or wings, into the middle.
kicking a ball towards the penalty area from the touch lines.
To play the ball from the side of the field toward the middle of the field in the offensive third.
A pass from an attacking player near the sideline to a teammate in the middle or opposite side of the field.
The term used to describe a ball that has been kicked or thrown (from a throw-in) from near the touch line towards the goal.
In football, a cross is a delivery of a ball from either side of the field across to the front of the goal. A cross is there to provide a goal-scoring opportunity. Crosses are generally airborne - a ball along the ground from a crossing position may be a low cross or a pass.