Confed Cup 2017: As I have seen… – Roger Raphael’s blog

Football in now days has attained such a level of excellence that it is sometimes an honour to watch the beautiful game being played by the wizards of the sport on that beautiful and graced football pitch. When the game is in progress within the beautiful enclosure of the stadium where every attendant with its full focus witnesses history taking place, where the birth of new talent takes place, where the 90 minutes played are the best 90 minutes of your life to witness. it shows the amount of hard work a player does the eagerness of a player to perform his best, the injuries which a player goes through the tough times he faces shows a players composure its attitude on and off the field. Football is such a game where you need o fight to be on the winning side of the pitch but it is also the proper sporting spirit that should be shown y every player maybe of world class or any level because this sets an examples for the junior players to learn that how the beautiful game is played with full honour and respect.

The confederations cup 2017 Russia has taken a very dramatic turn where the underdog teams r emerging with great talent and dominating the favourites  and putting up a very strong fight and  competitive fight. On my personal view my favourite team is Portugal and there is one specific reason that I am a very big fan of Cristiano Ronaldo and the skillful performance which is put up by him pleases the eye of the viewers and is very innovating and impressive. By his attitude shown at the pitch there are many things that the upcoming talents of the sport can learn the way of playing his speed his physical agility his fitness are the key components which give him such a great name. I think in now days every player should work hard and should have their full focus and dedication towards the game and should always strive for the best.

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By Roger Rodney Raphae


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