Blue lock: The God of the field

A young Japanese player by the name of Nakada Shou is born with incredibly talent for football. He was born with the incredible gift of being ambidextrous along with the amazing ability of spacial awareness where he could feel his surrounding better than anyone. With his father blood pumping through his vein and his drive to become the best in the world, what can stop him. He is the god of the field once the ball touch his feet, What can happen when somebody with so much raw talent that may rival nagi has the Drive to actually train and get better on his soccer skill. What happen when that person get thrown into blue lock, will they thrive or will they perish and be one of those forgotten character in the background? Slight romance. Let's find out in this story. A/N I do not own any of the characters except my own. This is my third try at writing a story and as I think I have a pretty decent record of finishing my stories, I plan on doing the same with this on. If you have any criticism I am open to it and I will gladly accept it.

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Sibling teasing (104)

While this was happening somewhere else, the match seemed to brightening up to a brand new level with only a couple of minutes left to play and no extra time.

All Blue Lock had to do was defend well and they would have won, this team However was a team of strikers so even if they defended well.

They were hungry for more, Nakada's presence on the field kind of took all the food away from them, now that he was gone it was time for those famish puppies to get some food.

Sae had lost most if not all interest in the match as soon as Nakada left, it was not fun to crush weak people.

Sae dominated the midfield while being slightly held back by Kira who seemed to be turning out as a carbon copy of himself.

Time skip

The match finally ended after what seemed to be hours to the players and viewers but was actually 10 minutes.

Some extra time was added, and Blue Lock managed to pull through and was able to hold on until the hands.

The happiness present in their face and body as they won could not be described by words.

Some interviewers wanted to interview Nakada but this man was nowhere to be found.

Pov change

"So you didn't slack off after all" A girl with yellow eyes said.

"Shut up Adriana," a teen with black hair and yellow eyes said.

"Wait you removed your blue eye drops" The girl now known as Adriana said.

"I like this look better, you have something to say about it, "The teen with black hair and yellow eyes said.

"You such a big meany Nee-san," Adriana said acting hurt.

"Nakada stop being mean to your sister," A rather tall Asian woman with blue eyes said.

She seemed like she was teasing him as those words left her mouth.

Nakada just grumble under his breath while Adriana just giggled happy to see his reaction.

Nakada had left in the middle of Ego's speech as he mostly knew what they were about to speak about.

He had left his team celebrating while he ventured out to get some fresh air, without his blue eyelid on and with his hair brushed.

"Isn't your team celebrating?" Nakada's mom said looking at him.

"Yeah, they are," Nakada said bluntly.

She looked at him with a stern look while Adrina just gave him some juice to sip on.

"Why aren't you there with them"She said looking at him.

"Didn't feel like it," He said sipping on his drink but from the loon that he saw on her face he knew that was the wrong answer.

There was no way this situation could get worse for him.

Adriana's voice, playful and teasing, suddenly cut through the room like a warm breeze.

"Wait... Nee-san... is that lipstick on your lips?" She said with a mischievous twinkle in her eye, her tone carrying a hint of amusement.

Nakada froze for a moment, a bead of sweat forming on his temple. He knew exactly what was coming next – the impending storm of sibling teasing that would follow.

Their mother, who had been quietly sipping her tea, looked at Adriana with an amused glint in her eye. She couldn't help but smile at the impending exchange between her children.

Adriana, the instigator of mischief, examined her brother's lips a little longer before breaking into a sly smile.

Her voice dripped with playful sarcasm as she finally responded, "It is."

Nakada sighed inwardly, knowing there was no escape now.

He braced himself for the inevitable follow-up, and Adriana didn't disappoint.

With a knowing grin, she turned to Nakada and continued, "Well, you know, Nii-san, we always said you'd sooner score a hundred goals on the field than put on lipstick."

Their mother chuckled, joining in on the good-natured teasing. "That's true, dear. We've never seen you fuss over your appearance like this before."

As Nakada attempted to divert the conversation, hoping to avoid further embarrassment, his family had other plans. Adriana and their mother exchanged a knowing glance, a silent agreement to continue the teasing.

Adriana leaned in closer, her eyes dancing with mirth. "Oh, Nii-san, you can't escape that easily. We've uncovered your secret passion for lipstick, after all?!"

Nakada sighed in mock defeat, realizing he was outnumbered. "Alright, alright, you got me. It was just a one-time thing."

Their mother, never one to let an opportunity for humor slip by, chimed in with a grin. "Well, I didn't think you'd listen to my plea so easily. So, where's my daughter-in-law, Nii-San?"

Nakada didnt really like where this was going but to get them to stop he put his hands up like he was surrendering before he open his mouth and said "Alright, alright,No daughter-in-law just yet, Mom. I promise I'll let you know if that ever happens."

But Adriana and their mother were having far too much fun to let him off the hook that easily.

Adriana leaned closer, her eyes sparkling with mischief. "Oh, Nii-San, don't you worry. We'll find you the perfect match."

Their mother chimed in with a grin, "Yes, and we'll plan the most wonderful wedding."

Nakada chuckled but couldn't help but wonder why he hadn't stayed with his teammates a bit longer to celebrate the victory. He thought to himself, "Maybe I should have just joined them. This would have been a lot less of a hassle."

A/N Cant believe I woke up so late….guess that what happen when someone sleeps at 4 a.m. Anyway, The Neo-egoist League will probably start somewhere next week.