An attempt to prevent an opposing player in possession of the ball to dribble past the player.
Successful: Yes / No
If the defensive player stopped the progression of the attacking player with the ball and didn't commit a foul, the dribble past attempt is considered won for the defender (and the linked dribble is considered lost). See the full definition in Offensive Duel.
Examples of a won dribble past attempt:
- defending player dispossesses the attacker
- defending player kicks the ball out
- the attacker stays with the ball, but the defender forces him to go back
If a defending player lets the attacking player progress with the ball, it's considered a lost dribble past (and a won Dribble for the player with the ball).