an attack with a reserve or lightly committed forward element that is launched after the enemy begins its attack, after the commander has identified the enemy's effort, or when a resolute defense creates an assailable enemy flank.
an attack by a defending force against an attacking enemy force in order to regain lost ground or cut off enemy advance units etc.
(chess) an attack that is intended to counter the opponent's advantage in another part of the board
an attempt to stop enemy forces from advancing and to regain lost territory
a response designed to counteract and defeat an attack of the enemy
a response to a breakaway that has just been chased down
a special type of attack to the opponent's goal
a return attack
When the opposing team gains possession of the ball and moves to attack the other goal.
When the defending team wins the ball and moves onto attack.
An attack that responds to an attack by the other player.
If another rider chases an attacker, that's a counterattack.
An attack launched by a defending team immediately after it regains possession of the ball.
The initiation of an attack on the opposing goal upon gaining possession of the ball.
A quick attack by a defending team after it regains possession of the ball.
An attack by a part or all of a defending force against an enemy attacking force. The specific purpose of the attack is to regain ground lost or to cut off or destroy enemy advance units. The general objective of the attack is to deny friendly territory to the enemy.
A counterattack is a military tactic used by defending forces when under attack by an enemy force. During their assault, the attackers may have become vulnerable through exhaustion or complacency. At the right moment, the defenders aggressively charge out of their fortifications, meeting and stunning their attackers directly, and gain the initiative.