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      Goal kick rules in soccer

      Also called as "Goalie Kick", a method of restarting play and is awarded to the defending team when the ball is struck directly into the goal

      Corner kick rule in soccer

      A method for restarting a play after the goal cross the goal line, awarded to attacking team when the opposition is last to touch the ball

      Offside rule in soccer

      Frequently misunderstood rule in football or soccer as decisions rest on an individual's interpretation of the law.

      Different Free Kick Styles

      There are various options open to player who takes the free-kick. The ball can be struck directly at the goal with force, chipped, curved or passed to a teammate.
     

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      Top 10 World Cup Goal Scorers

      Over the 20 editions of the FIFA World Cup, a number of players have had exceptional performances earning them recognition for netting many goals.

      What is Football World Cup?

      FIFA World Cup is a senior men’s soccer tournament contested by the FIFA Member associations. The tournament is held every four years since 1930.

      What is FIFA?

      FIFA also called The Fédération Internationale de Football Association is the international governing body of association football, futsal and beach soccer.

      Football World Cup winners list

      Take a close look at the greatest football teams on earth: the FIFA World Cup champions.
     

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