Bridging,Making a back,Back shuffle,low-Bridging are soccer/football move/play. I would like to know if have you guys ever heard/seen/read these expressions? I have found them on the brazlians forums of the English language. They mean this soccer/football move literally translated to english is called the cat's bed,cat's bed is when 2 players are going to fight for a air ball 1 player jumps up to head the ball while the another player lowers/inclines/curves his upper body/trunk foward for the player who is in the air to head the ball falls down on the ground on purpose. The act is called “to make a cat’s bed”(in portuguese). Watch this dirty move at this link below. << --- link removed --- >> Is it right use them of these way? The Real Madrid’s defender made a back shuffle on Messi and he falls down on the ground. He makes a low-Bridging on Cristiano Ronaldo and he is sent off the match. Messi was bridged by a brazilian player. To bridge a player is very grave fault in a soccer/football game. The back low-bridges him and he earns the yellow card. Neymar gets/ suffers a back/bridge/low-bridge/bridging/back shuffle and he comes out of the field on the stretcher. Now, I'd like to thank you to you all for the answers and patience. I’m sure one soccer/football fan english speaker will help me. I’m sorry for my bad english. Happy new year to everyone.