[ UK /mˈɪdfiːld/ ]
  1. (sports) the middle part of a playing field (as in football or lacrosse)
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How To Use midfield In A Sentence

  • Hindsight is always 20/20, and once Real had the early lead, the textbook approach would have been sitting deeper, congesting the midfield to absorb the pressure and striking on the counterattack. Barcelona's Guide to Beating Real Madrid
  • And the defensive midfielder hopes to fly under the radar. The Sun
  • KEEPS the England midfield ticking over like an expensive timepiece. The Sun
  • With heavy rain now falling, the game became bogged down in a midfield stalemate.
  • Again, it seems pedantic to quibble about the differences between strikers and attacking midfielders. Times, Sunday Times
  • Atlético Paranaense warmed to the aggressive midfielder from the Minas Gerais province, only to have second thoughts. Sandro: 'I told my brother: I'll be the player we should both have been'
  • Farina has positioned them down the spine of the team; Moore at centre back, Cahill in the midfield and Aloisi up front.
  • The combative midfielder said with a chuckle: 'Are we depressed? The Sun
  • The pair had to track back to protect their full backs, provide the attacking width, and also cut inside to assist midfield. Times, Sunday Times
  • He surely has a better chance than of changing his controversial image - or of me being the best defensive midfielder in the Bundesliga. Times, Sunday Times
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