Any player on the field can score given the opportunity, even the keeper/goalie.
yes it can
yes he can
They try to score goals against the goalie.
no it does not.
Yeah, you dribble and score in both.
Any player-even the goalie
To be a goalie in soccer you need to have 1. gloves 2. soccer equipment 3. good reflexes You basically need to stand in front of a goal in where people on the opposite team must score in.
You should be able to dribble with both of your feet. you should be able to run with the ball not a tight dribble until a player gets on you and shoot from the 18.
it depends on the type of midfielder. there are center attacking who can either dribble or be playmakers or both. center defensive midfielders who are mainly used to stay back and help with defense. and right and left midfielders who dribble the line and cross it in. there main job is to send it to the fowards and the fowards score. if not they send in long shot that either go in, go out or rebound off the goalie and the fowards tap it in
You score in a soccer game by kicking the soccer ball into your opponents net from any area on the field. This is called a goal.
Yes. Any player who is legally on the field can score a goal.
To score as many goals as you can (offence) OR To try not to let any goals get into your goal (Goalie and Defence)
It means the ball has to touch someone (from any team, even goalie) before you can score.
Yes, but is very very unlikely: mostly by pure luck if talking about MLS
From the penalty kick point.
dribble and score
You need coordination in soccer because then you can get away from the defender that is guarding you from the goal, and so you can score on the other teams goalie.(Coordination can help you juke their goalie out of their place and you can take the shot before the goalie gets the ball.)
I don't think there's a time where you can't score a goal, except when the goalie has the ball in his/her hands, or when you're starting the ball in the middle of the field.
Yes. Anyone on the field can score a direct or indirect free kick.
Yes a goalkeeper can kick the ball and score more then one goal into the other net. And he can score from corner kicks as well.
Yes, just like people can go into a goal and block the ball even when theyre strikers, midfield and defenders.
key is to shoot at open net. dribble to one corner of goal. If net is open, shoot. If not open, fake shot, then dribble a few steps to other corner of the gaol and shoot at open net.