In a recent J-League match, Kashima Antlers trailed Cerezo Osaka 1-0 in the first half when a free kick ended up safely in the hands of Cerezo keeper Jin-Hyeon Kim.
The goalkeeper can walk the ball up a little bit, allow his teammates to race up the field, kick it down the field and change his team’s posture from defense to offense.
And, so he does what he has down over and over for day after day, month after month. He drops the ball and looks downfield.
The mighty (and sneaky) Antlers tied the game on this score and won the match 3-1.
If this is your second day or week or month or year or decade in ministry, DO NOT default to going through and repeating the sloppy motions of your first day or week or month or year or decade in ministry.
I don’t have a clue about what the sports announcers are saying but the groan at the :28 mark, repeated at :44 is the soundtrack of neglectful over-confidence.