Verb: A soccer (football) term used to describe a perfect cross to a teammate for a goal. Usually the pass is from a distance and to the head of the goal scorer.
The origin of the word comes from US WNT player Megan Rapinoe who made the amazing game-winning cross to Abby Wambach in the 122nd minute of the 2011 World Cup match vs Brazil.
Can also be referred to as "pinoed".
1. John rapinoed the ball to Martin for an incredible goal.
2. She pinoed the ball past the defender and goalkeeper onto Maria's head for the score.
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