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Football Glossary: On target

(to be) On target

On target – We use this expression to describe when a forward shoots and the keeper has to make a save or a goal is scored.
  • Example: Fernando Torres had more shots on target last season than any other striker in the top division.
  • Example: The team had no shots on target – they failed to work the keeper.

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