Nothing is as what it looks like. And it does not have to be, either. Any game can be no exception to it! There is very little difference between an act of war and a match of game because in both forms, we try to prove our superiority over our opponents. You call it by one name or another, game is essentially another name for war. A gladiator fights to kill but not to be killed; a World Cup footballer plays for the winning glory but not for fair play trophy. It’s disastrous for the game of football if the players take the field with an intention to be a meek comrade rather than a brutal score settler, who is always driven his savage instinct. Everything is fair in love and war and even in game because at the end of day, all it matters is a WIN—nothing never less than it, never!