February 21, 2013



Points: Introduction – A large crowd gathered – An exciting match – Conclusion.

One day the captain of the Don Bosco School Football XI sent us challenge for a friendly match. Our captain, Rafi approached the principal to seek his permission. The challenge was accepted. An order was circulated in the school about the date and time of the match.4essay.blogspot.com

A large crowd, consisting mainly of students had gathered in our foot-ball ground to witness the match. Many outsiders also came to see the match. Suitable seating arrangement was made for the teachers of both the schools.

At quarter to five both the teams entered the field. They were in their colorful uniforms and looked quite smart and active. At exact 5 pm the referee blew the whistle and the play began. The teams seemed equally balanced. For a long time it appeared that no side would win, though both the sides played very well. The ball remained mostly in the centre of the field.4essay.blogspot.com

Our players, however, began to press the players of the opposite team. The forwards made several good moves but the players of the Don Bosco defended bravely. Their halfbacks played extremely well. The captain of the opponent team was also a good runner. He once kicked the ball so hard that the goal was certain. But our goalkeeper was alert enough to save it. A few minutes before the interval, our captain stole a chance. He out witted the defense of the Don Bosco’s team and scored a beautiful goal. This made the opponents furious. They made several raids to our goal post but in vain. The referee whistled and it was time for lemon.4essay.blogspot.com

The game in the second half became exciting from the beginning. The team of Don Bosco School did their best for an equalizer. But it was not easy task to break the defense of our team. Our players also doubled their efforts to score another goal. During the last five minutes the game was very brisk. But the long whistle ended the match.

Our team won the match. We were wild with joy on our victory. The Principal patted the captain’s back.

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