Only if the kicked ball doesn't go beyond the line of scrimmage or a defensive player touches the ball after it crosses the line of scrimmage.
Nope. The ball has to cross the goal line while in the players possesion.
Yes. If the ball completely crosses the goal line, it's a goal.
Did you mean offense? You are on offense when your team has the ball. The goal, when on offense, is to take the ball down the field and score a goal. The opposite of offense would be defense. You are on defense when the opposing team has the ball. The goal when on defense is to prevent the other team from scoring a goal. Hope this helped.
A goal in soccer is scored when a player kicks the ball into the net. Here the entire ball must cross the goal line, , even if the goalkeeper both legs cross the line , the goal will not be given until the ball also crosses the line.
The purpose of a goal line is to determine if the ball crosses it for a goal.
As long as the football crosses the plane of the goal line while legally under control in the ball carrier's possession, it's a touchdown regardless of where the player's body is (unless he goes out of bounds before the ball crosses the plane).
a water polo player intercepting a pass and throwing the ball to score a goal. -apex :)
a Water Polo player intercepting a pass and throwing the ball to score a goal. -apex :)
As long as the ball crosses the goal line it is considered a goal
The offensive players try and shoot the ball into the lacrosse goal
If the goalkeeper catches the ball and if the entire ball crosses the line, it is deemed a goal.