clean cross

Clean Trade

A trade in which a brokerage is able to match clients' buy and sell orders precisely. This is beneficial for the brokerage as it means that it does not have to find more securities or sell from its own inventory in order to fill the orders. It is also called a clean cross.
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clean cross

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De Lima collected a throw-in and sent in a clean cross from the right flank for Neto to head in for the opener.
Tackling some big lad and getting the ball off him, skipping away down the field, then a clean cross to the far post.
Sheanon Williams sent a clean cross into the box and McInerney finished with a header for the come-from-behind win.
For a side with such an impressive recent defensive record Charlton often looked nervous at the back and keeper Royce in particular was less than convincing and seldom took a clean cross all afternoon.