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Feeling the rush of seeing a soccer game live in person Hearing people shout and sing beautiful melody The shout of goal after the ball hits the net thru the hands of the goalkeeper Being in the stadium surrounded by a lot of fans in these huge spectacular setting having a rush go thru your body because the tension of who can win or lose the game While in the stadium that feeling you get to see your favorite players of your favorite team doing fancy plays or taking the ball from one end of the field to the other end of the field that rush you get when their so close to scoring a goal and finally that shout you do without thinking your team made a goal and celebration you do after that goalYou can ask any soccer fan about that feeling they get after every goal or fancy play a soccer player does it is highly possible that they will explain that scoring a goal is a beautiful feeling that can not be compare to any other feeling The feeling is greater than anything soccer fan has ever experience before in their life and even sometimes a game is so spectacular and beautiful that brings tears to their eyes These feeling can sometimes get rid of the most horrible day or it can take your mind of something bad that has happened to you during the day soccer is just a beautiful sport that is more than that is a therapy and a way to get the bad feelings outWhen people first get into the great and beautiful soccer stadiums the not real soccer fans think that they are just going to watch a simple soccer game they think that soccer is a calm and relaxing game it might be when youre watching in your couch sitting down eating something But these kinds of people get proven wrong in the soccer stadium
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