It all comes down to experience. Often players use simple upper body faints instead of specific moves.
Here is a very great list with video examples by Expert:
Also, here is a GREAT
video on the Zidane Spin:
Here is the Mathews move at 1:47 - 1:49
To your situations:
: Do nearly any forward moving move. Example: step overs
(when you are dribbling at him with speed), Zidane spin
(with speed), Matthews
Another move is knocking the ball across with the inside of your foot to the other inside of your opposite foot (the "Tick-Tock" move)..imagine the ball is on a string to your other foot. Yes, it is moving laterally, but you could use this space for a wall pass to a teammate.
: Great time to do a Zidane spin
or a Mathews
moves to either the inside for a cross/pass or the outside for a cross.
: You can do the same moves you would do in situation 1. However, I've seen most professional players do the Matthews
or a step over move here.
--Try a Zico step over if you end up dribbling toward you goal. You can see the Zico move near the beginning of the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5VA2Oh4_Ek
. The best situation for this move is when the defender thinks he has you trapped on the line. Doing the step over towards the middle opens up the sideline for you.
: Here I would actually advise passing it off, as one of your teammates has to be open. However, if you have
to split the defenders this way, move towards the defender on your right, then cut back right between them.
**It is important that you understand that these are just examples of what you could do. There are many more moves (as you can see from that page I linked you to at the top of the post
). You could also begin to develop your own dribbling style/moves.
**Also, most of this comes from prior experience. Once you get into these situations enough, you will develop a sense of when to use a certain move depending on:
--defender's stance, body posture, etc