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Deutsch: Fußball in Bloomington, Indiana: Der Angriffsspieler (rot) lief vor zwei Verteidiger (weiß) und setzt zum Schuss auf das Tor oder zum Pass quer über das Spielfeld zu einem Mannschaftskameraden vor dem Tor an.
English: Association football (soccer), Bloomington, Indiana. The offensive player (in red) has sprinted past two defenders (in white) and is about to shoot the ball at the goal or pass it across the field to a teammate in front of the goal.
Lëtzebuergesch: Foussball: Den offensive Spiller (a Rout) huet zwee Verteideger (a Wäiss) hannert sech gelooss an ass drop an drun, fir de Ball direkt an de Goal oder iwwert den Terrain bäi e Co-équipier bäim Goal ze schéissen.
Date 1996
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Author Rick Dikeman


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