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SOCCER-WORLDCUP/STREETGOALS
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June 11, 2018
Mohammed Ali Kargbo, 14, celebrates after scoring a goal in Freetown, Sierra Leone April 25, 2018. "I...
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Mohammed Ali Kargbo celebrates after scoring a goal in Freetown
Mohammed Ali Kargbo, 14, celebrates after scoring a goal in Freetown, Sierra Leone April 25, 2018. "I like football because it is a game of passion. My favorite player is Messi, and my favorite team is Barcelona. Messi plays as attacking midfielder and so do I. When I score a goal I feel happy and successful, I'm pleased that my teammates are also happy with me. My father works as a barber and my mother is a policewoman". The eyes of the world will turn to Russia this week for the four-yearly gathering of soccer's superstars but it is away from the glitzy new stadiums built at a staggering cost you must look to find the sport's beating heart; to the dusty streets and poverty-wracked neighbourhoods where the simple act of scoring a goal can still transcend the grind of everyday life. Picture taken April 25, 2018. REUTERS/Olivia Acland TO FIND ALL PICTURES SEARCH "SOCCER-WORLDCUP/STREETGOALS\
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