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A O M Mushfeque Un Nabi (Fatcat Mcfeline)
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Frozen river in chilly Wisconsin! ❄️❄️
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What it Takes to Win

Had you asked me 20 years ago what I thought of soccer, I would have given you the typical American response: boring!

But then again, I used to hate the taste of olives...until I ate enough of them in Israel and eventually grew to like them.

So what exactly changed? Sure, Americans are right about not enough goals being scored. But they're missing the point. It's not about the goals. It's about journey. It's about going from nothing to being champion of the world and not through luck but hard hard work and dedication.

Take Bastian Schweinsteiger. When I first saw him 8 years ago with his mohawk hairstyle, I thought this was going to be a punk looking for 15 minutes of fame. If anything, this guy evolved into one of the most specatular sports players I've ever seen.

In the final match yesterday for the World Cup, Schweinsteiger showed the world the degree he was willing to go to win. If we didn't have slow mo replay, we probably wouldn't see exactly the price exacted from him to achieve that goal. He was like a Raggedy Ann doll kicked around the field by his opponents, who probably felt that if they couldn't win the title, at the very least they would make sure Schweinsteiger paid heavily for it.

Over and over Schweinsteiger had his calves smashed in, rammed into flying somersaults and even deliberately punched in the face. I kept asking myself how long this guy could take this beating and when he left the field after his most serious injury, I had an uneasy feeling that he wouldn't be back. But to my surprise, he returned shortly afterwards. He refused to give up. He wasn't going to abandon his team. And this from a man that already had multiple operations throughout the year for injuries.

Messi may be considered the greatest player and Argentina did put up one incredible fight, but Messi's magic didn't shine this time. Messi and his team may win the battle, but it's Germany that wins the war. It wasn't about a superstar but rather about "the team" and while Germany may not have had a superstar, their playing has definitively shown that that a pack of wolves have far more success taking down their prey than one highly agressive lone wolf.

When Schweinsteiger took a clear punch in the face, everyone knew that Sergio Aguero, who had deliberately hit him, should have at the least received a yellow card but more appropriately have been booted from the game. Instead, he gets a slap on the wrist, while Schweinsteiger leaves the field with a bloody face.

But karma has a way of repaying those who do evil and Germany's humility was what paved their way to their ultimate vindication of injustices. Sure, Schweinsteiger also received a yellow card but not for playing with brutal intent.

In the end, it was all about the team, sweating it out year after year and refining their game. When German player Sami Khedira injured himself during warmup and couldn't play, there were moments of doubt whether the team could pull it off. And once Klose quit the game, it became even more questionable. In spite of losing two major players and one having the crap beat out of him, the 22 year old Mario Götze, virtually a stranger out of nowhere, was put onto the field near the end of the game - who had virtually no experience playing at this level. I'm asking myself - Is coach Löw serious???

When Götze bounced the ball of his chest and kicked it into the net without the ball even touching the ground, you knew right there and then, that it didn't matter what player from Germany was on the team. The team was so finely tuned that it was like replacing one worn out tire on a Formula 1 racing car and carrying on. The look on Götze's face was priceless. It was like some 10 year old that just scored his first goal. He was like: "I did what???"

And that folks is what makes soccer the most specatular sport in the world - defeating all the odds that are against you not because of luck but because you never gave up.

Congratulations Germany!
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How Mario Götze feels after scoring the winning goal at the World Cup Final.: )

#worldcupfinal #germany #argentina


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You are proof that God exists in every unique pose you take as you practice. Miraculous! <3 I wish I could meet you some day.. Really! Spellbound
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The Steven Hawking biopic looks amazing. Here comes the trailer!

The Theory of Everything opens November 7. 
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Brazil vs Germany
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#BRAvsGER #WorldCup #Funny
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    Physics, 2006 - 2012
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