In Australian rules football, when a kick is made to one's teammate that is lobbed very high in the air, forcing said teammate to stand waiting for the ball knowing that opposing team players will be running/leaping in hard at him, likely causing said teammate to be injured. At best, the waiting teammate will be getting an opposing team player's knee in his back. If he is facing the opposing player with his frontside exposed, broken rib(s) and/or concussion is likely.
Commentator: Hospital kick to Jones... owww I felt that one from here. He really got his bell rung
by great success April 05, 2010