In this post, we explain what the phrase a crisp pass means.
A Crisp Pass
A crisp pass or crisp passing describes passes that are quick and accurate. The player strikes the ball firmly and cleanly and it goes directly to his or her team-mate. Using this phrase to describe passing moves infers that the passing team are skilled and playing well.
Example: The passing was crisp and first time in and around the Atlético area until the goal was at their mercy. (The Guardian).
Example: In a team that thrives on short and crisp passing, Rakitic is not afraid to spread play around and play the ball off the ground. (Bleacherreport.com)