Five Football Games that Changed the World:
- Secretary’s XI versus President’s XI (1864)
- West Germany versus Hungary (1954)
- Rangers versus Bucks (1966)
- Dinamo Zagreb versus Red Star Belgrade (May 13, 1990)
- Iraq versus Saudi Arabia (2007)
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The 3000 Delije started to charge at the Bad Blue Boys with broken seats, advertising boards and knives. With no resistance from the Yugoslav police. The Bad Blue Boys tried to retaliate half an hour later, but the full force of the Yugoslav riot police was used, baton hitting and tear gas was used to keep the Croat’s in the stand, causing a crush at the front of the stand.
Within minutes the Dinamo fans got onto the pitch, most of the players were back in the dressing room and Armoured vans and water cannons were called in to disperse the crowd. Refik Ahmetović, a police officer was attacking a Dinamo supporter on the pitch. Zvonimir took action. He kicked the police officer, now known as ‘the kick which was heard round the Balkans’.
Before the Police could attack Boban, the Bad Blue Boys whisked away their new national hero. For his act of defiance he was suspended for 6 months by the Yugoslav Football Association.
In March 1991 the Croatian War of Independence had begun, with Boban’s kick being seen as the start to it all. By 1995 the war was over and Croatia won. Boban went to captain his country to third place in the 1998 World Cup. Croatia never lost when he scored.
“Suamiku adalah sahabatku.”
Sejenak aku tertegun, menatap sebaris kalimat yang ditulis seorang teman di Facebook. Kalimat itu sederhana, tapi amat dalam. Dan untuk saat ini, kalimat itu menusuk hatiku lebih dalam dari apa yang aku rasa selama ini.
Dulu aku pernah beranggapan, bahwa seseorang…
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