Yes you can.
To score a direct goal from a corner kick is very very rare, but it can be headed more easily.
No-Because he was offside when his or her team mate struck the ball and became "in play" as soon as he or she touched it
You can score a goal directly from a goal kick but only against the opponents. If you kick it into your own goal... ...and it did not leave the penalty area first, then the goal kick is rekicked. ...and it did leave the penalty area first, then play is restarted with a corner kick for the opponents. There can be no offside offense directly from a goal kick.
It is not possible to score an own-goal directly from a corner kick. It would have to be a very long kick to do so but, if it did happen, the restart would be a corner kick for the opponents.
A goal may be scored directly from a corner kick.
you need to make a goal but watch out if somebody is with you then its offside it a free throw for the team and you should tr to make a goal when your alone and try to do it in the corner a goalie can almost never block from that place and if you shoot somewhere else then you could make a goal
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A player cannot be called offside if he receives the ball directly from a throw-in. The reason for this is that the offside law was created to prevent a player from posting up near the opponent's goal while the play was taking place at the other end, because such behavior is considered unsporting and inconsistent with the spirit of the game.The laws were written so as to promote the spirit of the game and sporting behavior, not to compensate for the tactical and strategic failures of the other team. All of the "out of bounds" restarts (throw-in, corner kick, goal kick, and kick-off (yes, goals are out-of-bounds events that also score)) do not have offside applied to players receiving the ball "directly" from the restart.
The restart after an offside infraction is an indirect free kick. A goal may not be scored directly from an indirect free kick.
No, It does not change