- 21 Jun 06, 02:58 PM
Here's the latest picture post from our guest contributor, sports photographer Ross Kinnaird of Getty Images, who got a great snap of the second Sweden goal last night - red shirts woefully absent!
What makes a good goal picture? For me it's a bit like making a omelette. Eggs, cheese, onion and a little chilli. My perfect omelette! It's the same for a goal picture - there are four main ingredients and when you put them all together you have the "perfect" goal picture (not necessarily the perfect picture).
one goalscorer (in this case Henrik Larsson of Sweden),
one goalkeeper, (Paul Robinson of England)
and then mix together with the two missing ingredients:
one ball (obviously)
And the other, which is often over-looked, but for me makes the picture complete, is
one goal post
The goal post helps us place the other ingredients in the right context. You can see that it's a goal and not just another missed chance.