A goal may be scored directly from a corner 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.
To score a direct goal from a corner kick is very very rare, but it can be headed more easily.
The laws allow for a goal to be scored directly from a corner kick, but only against the opposing team. You cannot score an own-goal on a corner kick, not that that would be a common problem.
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 called a Olympic goal......But it is very hard to score!!!
You cannot score an own-goal on a direct free kick. The restart would be a corner kick for the opponents.
The ball is placed in the middle of the field as if any other goal was scored.
Yes. You can score from anywhere on the field at any time except from a throw-in or an indirect free kick. Also, you cannot score an own-goal directly from a kick-off, goal kick, corner kick, free kick, or penalty kick.
Yes, but only by shooting a curve ball.
Yes. A player may score directly from a kickoff, goal kick, corner kick, direct free kick, or dropped ball. A player may not score directly from an indirect free kick or throw-in.