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Zinadine Zidane Red Card
Zinadine Zidane Red Card
Zinadine Zidane Red Card
Zinadine Zidane Red Card
Zinadine Zidane Red Card
Zinadine Zidane Red Card
Zinadine Zidane Red Card
Zinadine Zidane Red Card
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  • 1. MODULE B : NARRATION By: Rahul Jain Vidur Kedia Tarun Kanodia Prashant Baid Saurabh Sancheti
  • 2. Narrate a sequence of events that could lead to the moment captured in the picture below: TOPIC Referee Sending off a Player
  • 3. What is Narration ? Narration is the act of relating a sequence of events. A narration usually deals with one of the following subjects: an incident, an accident, a natural disaster, a journey, a biography. It is a passage in a narrative manner. Order a narration according to the sequence of events.  Indicate the passage of time within the narration. The passage of time is usually indicated by words and phrases such as then, after, before, until, continued, first, next.
  • 4. On 9th July, the FIFA World Cup 2006 final was played between France and Italy at the Olympiastadion, Berlin Germany. The match started with each side scoring goals within the first 20 minutes. First Zinedine Yazid Zidane scored by converting a controversial seventh-minute penalty kick. After that Marco Materazzi levelled the scores in the 19th minute courtesy a corner. Both teams had chances to score the winning goal in normal time.
  • 5. Luca Toni then hit the crossbar in the 35th minute for Italy, and later had a header disallowed for offside, while France were not granted a possible second penalty in the 53rd minute. France appeared to be the side with better chances to win because of the higher number of shots on goal, however they were unable to capitalise. At the end of the regulation 90 minutes, the score was still level at 1-1, and now the match was forced into extra time.
  • 6. As the French striker Zinedine Zidane and Italian defender Marco Materazzi jogged up the pitch in close proximity of each other, they briefly exchanged words after which Materazzi was seen tugging at Zidane's jersey before Zidane began to walk away from him. Moments later, Zidane popularly nicknamed Zizou, suddenly stopped, turned around and rammed his head into Materazzi's chest, knocking him to the ground.
  • 7. Although play was halted, referee Horacio Elizondo did not appear to have seen the confrontation. After consulting his assistants, Elizondo issued Zidane a red card in the 110th minute. It marked the 14th overall expulsion of Zidane's career. He also became the fourth player red-carded in a World Cup final, in addition to being the first sent off in extra time.
  • 8. BIBLIOGRAPHY www.fifa.com www.en.wikipedia.org www.wikipedia.org/wiki/zinedine_zidane www.poweredtemplates.com/02282/0/index.html www.bbc.co.uk www.soubrazuka.com www.en.wikipedia.mapsoford.com www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/fifa.com

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