A penalty corner should be awarded, unless the attackers were deliberately driving the ball under the keeper (in which case the defense would get a free hit). There is also the scenario in which the keeper has deliberately blocked the ball with no intention of clearing it, simply to deny the ball to the opposition. Here a penalty stroke may be justly awarded, but it is a brave umpire that does so.
no handcouching the ball no throwing the ball with the use of hand no attacking the players
Field hockeyIf the ball becomes lodged in the goalkeeper's pads, a penalty corner is normally awarded. However, like all offences, if no player is attempting to play the ball and the keeper can remove it, play should be allowed to continue. Ice hockeyIf the puck becomes lodged in a goalkeeper's pads, the whistle is blown and play is ended. A faceoff is then done in the nearest faceoff circle.
There are quite a few sports that use a goal keep, goalie, or goaltender. The list includes field hockey, ice hockey, bandy, water polo, handball, hurling, Gaelic football, lacrosse, and Association football.
Yes, a goalkeeper can score that way. It's unusual, but there are a whole bunch of examples available on video where just that thing has happened. Many times it involves an error on the part of the defending keeper, but it happens. I recall seeing one where there was a lot of wind behind a keeper who kicked a ball upfield. The kick was a good one, and the wind carried it well across the half line. The defending keeper misjudged how far the ball would bounce, however, and came out too far in an attempt to take control of the ball. It bounced over his head and into the net. Goal!
Kickers are the pads worn on the feet of a goalkeeper. What they are used for is simple: kicking the ball away, or sometimes letting it simply deflect off to the sides.
If an attacker was fouled in the penalty area by anyone on the defending team, including the goalkeeper, then the resulting restart would be a penalty kick from the penalty mark for the team that was fouled. In this instance, it seems to point to a foul.
who guard the goalpost in foot ball
It is not possible to determine who is the worst goalkeeper, but there are those who are unable to keep the ball out of their net.
Legitimately prevent the ball from passing over the goalline beneath the crossbar. this might mean deflecting it with your stick, goalkeeper's pads or body, or trap it and clear it away from the goal.
a goalkeeper needs aview of the player that is going to shot , so the goalkeeper tells the goaldefenders where to move in order for him to see the ball and the player.
Both of the goalkeeper's feet must be on the goalline (the section of the backline between the goalposts). Ideally, they would be as far forward as possible - only the slightest part of the heel needs to be touching the line and this puts you as close to the ball as you can get.
Yes ice hockey ball is black