What do the below words in bold mean?

Reply Fri 16 Oct, 2015 11:15 pm
What do the following words in bold mean?

76' Filipe Luis robs Can of the ball near the corner flag and drives into the box. His cutback is intercepted but Chelsea keep the move alive, with Fabregas receiving the ball at the top of the box before bulldozing his way into the area. His shot is deflected behind for a corner, though. here
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Reply Mon 10 Jul, 2017 08:43 pm
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Reply Thu 10 Aug, 2017 10:35 am
"...robs Can of the ball..." To rob means to take something away from someone.
"... drives into the box... " That means that Felipe was very fast and forceful.
"... before bulldozing his way..." A bulldozer is the heavy, tracked machine that is used to move earth, rocks, etc. as in building a road. So it means that Fabregas forced his way through the other team.
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Reply Sun 13 Aug, 2017 02:24 pm
Robs, dispossesses q easily, drives, kicks hard into penalty area, bulldozing, forcing/muscling his way.

I bet you're happy with the table. Spare a thought for Huddersfiled.
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