The Blitz defence is a defensive tactics used in Rugby Union. The Blitz defence depends on the whole defensive line moving forward towards their focus man as soon as the ball leaves the base of a ruck or
maul . The movement is usually led by the inside centre.
This is a terminology used in the game of Cricket. Flighting the ball is a cunning action in which a
bowler in cricket tricks the batsman with unnoticeable changes in the speed of delivery using almost similar bowling actions. It is the origin of the expression 'tricked in flight.
Cross-checking is a minor offence in the sport of
Ice Hockey where a player checks an opponent by using the handle of his or her stick with both hands.
Hit wicket is a method of getting out a Wicket in the sport of Cricket .
Footwork is a term used in Martial Arts or combat sports
Footwork involves keeping balance, closing the distance, controlling space positioning, and/or cause additional momentum for strikes.
A ghost goal is a controversial goal , usually involving doubt as to whether or not a ball crossed the goal line .
Commonly used mostly in sports such as basketball and netball , the term is also used to describe the successful regain of the ball in that
In golf , the nineteenth hole is a term for bar or restaurant on or near the golf course.
In tennis , a bagel is a term marking a situation when the set ends with a score of 6–0.
The Marseille Turn , also known as the 360 turn is a dribbling skill unique to the game of football. Zinedine Zidane and Diego Maradona are arguably the most notable advocate of the move.