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Old Jun 24, 2002, 11:10 AM   #1
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Default An English Tragedy

This was the Brazilian goal that knocked England out of the World Cup. It was (admittedly, I hope) a miskick so I'm amazed I got a shot as I was expecting a cross. I shot it with my brand new Dimage 7i, so I was learning as I went. The only altering I've done was to make this half the size of the original.

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Old Jun 24, 2002, 12:44 PM   #2
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Good shot !!!

... This should put to rest questions on the D7i suitability for action shots.
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Ferdinand and Mills are a little out of focus at the top of the 6 yd box, but that might have been because I sorta had to reposition the camera in order to get this shot.

Here is Belgium getting their first against Russia.

Hopefully, you can see the ball in the top right corner.
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