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Suddenly I dozed off and I was in another world.

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Introduction

I was sitting at my table in my bedroom feeling bored. Suddenly I dozed off and I was in another world. I was on a football wearing Newcastle's kit. The spectators were chanting the words, 'Go Raji, Go Raji' again and again. The opposite team were wearing red. It was Manchester United. The referee started the game by blowing his whistle. Alan Shearer passed the ball to Robert who punted it up. ...read more.

Middle

The second half started badly. Manchester United shot another one on target. Shay Given hit the ball up and then went to sleep. His defence would wake him up if they needed him but the chances were that Manchester United were not going to get another shot on target. Roy Keane, suddenly pushed Alan Shearer for no reason so not only did Keane get a red card but Newcastle also got a free kick from the half way line. ...read more.

Conclusion

The referee suddenly blew his whistle. I could not believe that we had just beaten Manchester United, 87-0 in the Worthington cup. I ran up the stairs leading my teammates to claim the Worthington cup. My hands were reaching towards the handles of the Worthington cup when suddenly something weird happened. I was back in my small, sickening bedroom and something smelt. Oh my god, there was fire everywhere. I must have been daydreaming when the fire started. I heard the fireman call out for me but there was no escape. The fire went onto my clothes then my body as I started to die. ...read more.

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