I took my penalty third, so I could watch the others do theirs. The first shot went in, the second one missed and then it was me. I scored, by putting the ball to the left because I'd seen the goalie dive right for the first two shots.
Afterwards I asked Toni-Anne for some tips on goalkeeping, she said it's important to keep focused on the game, watch the ball and watch the players, don't daydream.
Life-sized table football
There was also a life-sized table football match on the street and residents and presenters were on the teams. They could move their legs around but they were on massive poles, joining the players together, just like in table football.
I got some more advice from Efua, the Fat Nation fitness expert. I'm going for longer runs now, and I've started going to the school gym.
She reckons I'm doing a good job with my fitness and she showed me how to find her exercise stuff on interactive TV. She also said that she's doing some work for the next Batman movie.
On Thursday Nick Bailey, who plays Dr Anthony Trueman on Eastenders was on the street. I got to speak to him and it turns out he's from three roads away from here, but he moved to London for his acting career.
Reporting on Fat Nation's got me interested in journalism, and I think people have noticed what I'm up to because the presenter Matt asked me how my career was going!
Because they knew what I was doing for Short Change, one of the producers from Fat Nation gave me a free copy of the book that goes with the TV show. I got it signed by the presenters."
Abhishek, 13, Birmingham
Frank Bruno tells Abhishek that he first took up boxing because he was being bullied at school.
"Short Change asked me to interview Frank Bruno.
He told me he first got into boxing when he was eight-years-old because he was bullied at school.
He took up boxing as a way of letting out the anger he felt about the bullying and he found that after a while the bullies no longer picked on him.
Frank - a teenage pro
Frank was a professional boxer by the time he was my age, about 13 or 14.
I told him I liked skipping and that I could do 300 skips in seven minutes. He said that was good for someone my age.
He told me that boxers skipped to help them jump and move quickly in the ring.
Frank also told me he was going to be cooking on the programme to show how it could be fun.
I only had three minutes to interview him so it all seemed to go too quickly.
He was really nice and told me I should go into journalism as it's something I'm really interested in
He gave me his autograph and I took a picture of him.
For Fat Nation, the Big Challenge, a boxing ring was set up in the middle of the street.
Fitness expert Efua took on presenter Justin and she was winning! It was really funny.
I heard that Efua, presenter Matt and psychologist John went for a jog at seven in the morning.
But John twisted his ankle and Matt had to carry him a mile back to the hotel!
Bum clenching - embarrassing!
I joined in the aerobic exercises with the kids from the street for the programme but I stayed at the back because I was a bit embarrassed.
It was like a dance with clapping, jumping and bum clenching!
I also made a video diary for Short Change and talked to the producer about the street in the studio.
While I was there, I got to see inside the kitchen area where all the camera crew hang out.
They had loads of equipment including an autocue which the presenters use to read the script off.
I was told it takes 40,000 feet of cable to make the programme. It stretches from one end of the street to the other.
I persuaded a member of the BBC crew, whose job it is to ferry people from one end of the street to the other on his go-kart, to let me have a ride.
It was great. I felt like a VIP."
Abhishek, 13, Birmingham
Abhishek chatted to singer Shola Ama about her next album.
"When I heard she was going to be on the programme me and my friends went down to the studio and spoke to her.
She said she had really enjoyed filming the programme.
She told me she had an album coming out next year and she thought it was good that I liked her as a singer.
There was a bull fighting ring in the street - the kind you get at a funfair.
It was quite easy to stay on when the bull was going slow but it got harder as it got faster and faster.
You could see from the faces of the people on the bull that they wanted to get off.
It was really funny when they got thrown off. I couldn't stop laughing.
The man who owned the bull ring demonstrated how to do it during an opening act.
He had his top off and was showing off all his muscles by holding the bull with one hand.