Yes, but the open path disappeared "because of" the infringement and
therefore OGSO was denied. What am I missing?
Alternate JimG makes an interesting point here -- if the defender is
to get into position to impede, his presence between the attacker and
the ball probably cancels the OGSO because the attacker no longer has
an open path to the ball and goal. So if he then decides to obstruct
(perhaps to let the ball run to the keeper) rather than play the ball,
likely to be just the simple IFK foul.
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