It's near the end of the first half, and the player in question scores an own goal. In disgust he retrieves ball from his net. His team then has the re start, so that same player takes the kick-off, kicking directly for the opponent's goal and is fouled in the penalty box. He takes the spot-kick and scores. Ref then blows whistle for half-time, goal scorer retrieves ball from net and hands to ref.
At the start of the second half, ref hands match ball to goal scorer who resumes play with kick-off, hits ball into opposing penalty area again and is brought down, penalty. He scores from the spot, no other player has touched the ball during the three-goal sequence.
Electrostatic induction allows an object to produce a charge in another object without touching.
by keeping another magnet or attractive force
That's like asking how do you ride a bike without a bike. It doesnt make since.
Conduction is a process of static electricity when energy is able to flow from one object to another when they are touching. Induction is a process of static electricity when energy is able to flow from one object to another without touching.
it can but only if there is somthing in between it. If the cannot be connected in any way, no.
A double hit in volleyball is when the same player contacts the ball twice without another player touching the ball.
Nikolai Kutsenko juggled a regulation soccer ball for 24 hours and 30 minutes nonstop without the ball touching the ground with feet, legs, and head on December 6, 1995.:)
the ref puts his arm up in the air and keeps it their until it touches another player. if a goal is scored without it touching another player, it is a goalkick
Technically, if you are touching someone they are touching you
The things that pull things in without touching are called suctions.