When I started thinking about a moment, which I can remark as one of the most important learning experiences I have gone through, many of them come up to my head quickly. I've decided to write about a moment during a soccer match, the one I can mostly visualise and describe in detail. It all happened during SAAC soccer tournament in Quito. Our school team was playing the final against the local team, and we had no other idea in our head rather than lifting the cup. The match started, and immediately one of the most torrential rains I've seen began to fall. Each step you took along the green, perfectly cut football pitch, water jumped out of my cleats. I spent the moment with my brother, and our team who we built as a family along the trip. After going into the break being 1-0, we started the second have with the fastest pace we could. At the start of this half, we went down to 10 players and the match seemed impossible, but I never thought it was impossible. Luckily, we tied it 1-1, but after a short moment, they scored a goal, which later decided the championship. The rest of the match is history, somethings such as the decision of stopping the match because of the rains and thunders. The way I constantly visual their second goal and the moment the referee blew the final whistle are somethings that will never leave my mind. Most of my peers began crying after the match, the same moment when I began to lift them up and think about what we did not do right, to succeed during the upcoming championship that will come this November. Since this moment, my mind has been tied planning the match we will play against the same team, probably for the same championship. Now, looking back at our errors, I am prepared to face new situations and succeed even if we face the worst possible situations.