Yes. Any player on the pitch can score in soccer including goalkeepers.
Not let the offensive teams score goals.
It depends on which soccer player it is and what division.
In the same ways as any player. If they can hit the puck into the goal, they can score.
The soccer striker is an offensive player, trying to score.
A defensive player in soccer helps the goalie save goals. There are some differences though, a goalie can use their hands to save goals and a defensive player can only use their body aka chest, thighs, feet, head.
Soccer (football) - A striker is an attacking player, and a sweeper is a defensive player who moves across the defensive line.
no it can not
Forward score goals
Yes. Any player who is legally on the field can score a goal.
The best female soccer player is Marta Vieira de Silvu
It would not be an error if the defensive player fields the ball cleanly.
Any player on the field can score given the opportunity, even the keeper/goalie.
The first soccer player to score 5 goals in 1 match is Lionel Andres Messi. He did this in March 2012.
The center defensive player, slightly positioned further behind the rest of the defenders.
It means that you can not score directly from the kick another player has to touch the ball for it he/she is able to score
Recommended skills for a soccer player are: Defensive Skills Attacking Skills Positioning Skills Shooting Skills Passing Skills Strategy Skills
Ball control,Quikness,and ability to score
You are not allowed to score in soccer by your fist
He is an American football (soccer) player. He currently plays as a defensive midfielder for the Houston Dynamo.
$1,000,000.00 a game if they score more than 7 goals
well the Celtic AKA gay boys are the team not to score for the longest
No, only an offensive player can score a run, and they must be in order. If one runner passes another runner, he's out.