After a bizarre goal by the Indian team, the national soccer team of Kerala was left hanging with no way to beat the champions, the Lightning.
The Indian team scored its first goal of the game at 4:20 of the first half on an excellent goal from midfielder Durga, who took a pass from the back of the penalty area and unleashed a strike which hit the left post.
The lightning team failed to take any chances on the scoreboard, though.
When goalkeeper Vyapam Pankaj missed a chance to level the score midway through the second half, he put his hands up and shouted: ‘The goal was not worth playing!’
As soon as the shot hit the post, the whole stadium erupted in cheers and applause.
The lights in the stadium were still flashing when the match resumed, but the lights went off after the final whistle.
It took the team just over six minutes to score again.
They had a free kick in the penalty box and were waiting for the ball to roll in for the shot.
The ball bounced past the keeper and past the right foot of the keeper, and into the goal.
The crowd erupted in applause.
A few players rushed to celebrate, but no one seemed to take note of the celebrations.
The light bulb went off.
The whole stadium went crazy.
Everyone was going nuts.
And I was just like, I don’t know what I was thinking.
I don-t know if I was doing this to myself, I was like, well, why did it take that long?
I thought, what am I doing?
What made this a big success?
Why did it happen?
What did I do?
Why was I so happy?
I was so, so happy.
I’m so happy I did this.
It was the only time I have been happy.
When we went to the dressing room after that goal, I said, “I’m just happy.”
We were all so happy, that’s why we were in that position.
The team was going so crazy, so I thought: ‘You know, I’m not going to be happy about this.
I have to be even happier.’
What does this mean to you?
What does it mean for the players and the fans?
The players, they were all very happy, but it’s not about the players.
What we have to do is just to be better and be even better.
It’s not just about the stars, it’s about the fans.
They want to see our players win, and they want to be able to see the stars win.
The lights went out for a few minutes, but I was not so sad.
The whole stadium was really, really, very happy.
It just means that this is a big victory for us.
It means a lot.
It’s an emotional moment for the fans, who had been in the stands for years and had watched the Indian players go on and on about their achievements and about how great they were, but were not getting any recognition.
It takes a lot of courage to be on the pitch.
I think it took all of us to be there, and we all went into that dressing room and said: “We’re not going back there again.
We’re not doing this anymore.
We need to go out on the field and play.”
I think we did it the right way, the right amount of courage, and it was a big moment for us all.
The Lightning had a great start to the game, but they couldn’t keep up.
The ball was played in a dangerous area, and the Indian defence couldn’t handle the ball, and eventually the lightning struck the post.
The Indian team’s coach said: ‘This is not worth a shot.’
The referee said: ‘[The referee]’s saying, ‘The ball was too close.’
The players said, ‘We’ll do the shot.’
Then the ref said: [The referee] says, ‘This was the ball.’
We didn’t want to shoot.
I said: No, no, we will do the shoot.
It will go in, and I said to my team: ‘Let’s just do it.’
We did it.
It went in, the ball went in.
It took a long time, but we did.