This was new to me, but then I don't pretend to be steeped in the lore of the game. Is this a legitimate call? I was watching a select level U-13 game today and one team was awarded a corner kick. A player lined up over the ball at the corner flag and then proceeded to dribble into the box pass the ball to a teammate, who then scored. The coach of the other team protested, the CR went over to the AR of the side at which the corner had been taken, consulted for a moment and came over to explain. She was allowing the goal, she said, because the AR had noted that the player who had placed the ball for the corner had then tapped it, without moving it, with his foot and run onto the field. At that point, she said, the ball was in play and therefore if was perfectly legal for the second player to come over, fake the corner, and then dribble in as he had.