two-footed tackle Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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two-footed tacklenoun [C]

(also two-footed challenge)
in ​football, an ​illegal tackle in which a ​playerjumps or ​slidesforwards with both ​legsstretched towards an ​opposingplayer: Joyce was ​sent off for a two-footed ​tackle on the other team's ​right back.
(Definition of two-footed tackle from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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