If the foot exerts a force on the soccer ball, then the soccer ball exerts a force of equal strength in the opposite direction of the foot.
in football as in soccer, when action is created by the ball on your foot, your foot will create a reaction that is greater and opposite to the direction of the ball which will be moving off in the opposite direction.
If you hit the ball with force of 10N, it will "hit" you with the force equal in magnitude but opposite in direction.
Yes. Everything applies to Newtons Third law
You can play the ball.
Striking the lower portion of a soccer ball will cause the ball to travel in an upward direction.
when you take the ball from the opposite team
The opposite direction. To stop a moving object requires an acceleration in the direction opposite its motion.
first of i will look at the direction of the ball and secondly turn myself towards the direction of the ball and lastly take a bicycle kick.