Nottingham Forest yesternight played against Sheffield United in a promotion play off match. Sheffield won the match in regular time but couldn't manage to surpass the aggregate.That was the score of 3:3. The match went for extra-time but the scores remained even. The match was therefore to be decided on penalties.Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Brice Samba managed to save threw penalties to deny Sheffield any hopes of qualification.That was massive.Usually keepers make just one or two saves and hope on the opponents mistakes and also luck.For Brice, he was prepared for each penalty taker.He had an analysis of every penalty taker with their preferred destination of the ball.Some always go for the top corner, some left and even right.He had all this information and then compiled his diving schedule.For John Fleck of Sheffield, he had written dive.So he just had to make the guess amd hope the ball would go that way.He got three right.He kept on checking his bottle ahead of every kick.
Nottingham will now play Huddersfield in the final match.
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