Fattal got a second from a direct kick and then Madjer got the second with a little over a minute left to successfully defend their title.
What does DK stand for?
DK stands for Direct Kick (soccer)
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- Deforest Kelley (actor)
- Democratic Kampuchea (Cambodia)
- Denmark (airline tax code)
- Design Kit
- Deutscher Kaiser (German Emperor)
- Diddy Kong (fictional character)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Cahill scored the first on a direct kick from 35 yards out, and sophomore Jessica Fitzgerald scored the second off a throw in.
North Eugene 1, Springfield 1 (OT): Shelby Clark scored in the eighth minute for the Highlanders, and Kiersteb Able tied the score on a direct kick in the 59th minute for the visiting Millers.
They include the five-metre off-side line at the scrum and the pass-back rule, which prevents players from making any ground with a direct kick to touch if the ball has been played into their own 22.
Cardiff were unable to take advantage of a number of free-kicks, Marie Barrow saw her direct kick fly just wide of the foot of the post, and 10 minutes later Ingles' free-kick was headed just over the bar by Chantelle Miller.
Clever free-kicks that are rehearsed on the training ground seem to have died out in favour of the direct kick - and they are now so good that defenders possibly need to think again.