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A Premier League goal from 17 years ago is going viral due to one of the strangest pieces of commentary that you're likely to hear.
There is a long tapestry of iconic moments running through the 29 years of the Premier League, whether it's Sergio Aguero's title winning goal, Steven Gerrard's slip, Arsene Wenger stood with his arm's wide open in the Manchester United stands, Dennis Bergkamp's piece of skill against Newcastle United, Jamie Vardy's house party, Kevin Keegan 'I'd love it' speech or one of many others.
Aguero's last minute goal obviously comes with the added brilliance of having what is considered the most iconic moment of commentary the league has heard.
However, the Manchester City legend might now have to make do with second spot, or at least Martin Tyler might have, thanks to a goal from 2005.
The goal comes from Kevin Phillips, in a game between Southampton and Chelsea, and the commentator does a brilliantly long 'goooooaaaaal' but then things take bizarre turn when he starts signing the Rolling Stones '(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ but changes the lyrics to being all about Phillips.
The commentary on this Kevin Phillips goal vs Chelsea in 2005— Retro (@CFCRetro) May 11, 2022
This just keeps getting better and better.— Edd Dracott (@EddDracott) May 12, 2022
Imagine what an equaliser would sound like https://t.co/WIvUN6yyg5
Amazing. Get this guy on every week. Starts well, the goooall is good, but then.... https://t.co/mmk5QILSzZ— Ryan Hamer (@rphamer1984) May 12, 2022
This is easily the best video I’ve ever seen 😂😂😂 https://t.co/aXFQsFBq6V— Franz Speckenbauer (@CocoSaysFTH) May 12, 2022
Never mind VAR - Get this introduced into commentaries in Scotland next year https://t.co/hbNUJ2nURs— JamieMcG (@JamieMcG1305) May 12, 2022
This is better than anything Peter Drury has come up with https://t.co/uMxCyoKBsb— Joe (@jbakerroberts) May 12, 2022
“Boss they’ve kicked off agai..”— Calcio Culture Club (@calcio_culture_) May 12, 2022
“shut up I have one more verse.” https://t.co/oGyeTLstTT
Imagine if Darren Fletcher or Steve McManaman dropped something like this midway through the Champions League final in a couple of weeks, scenes would be amazing.
The commentator in question is believed to be Bambino Pons and it's apparently not the first time the Argentine has brought something like this out.
In fact, some of Pons work is already well known about, with the South American commentator having also given Paul Scholes similar treatment.
The goal is well known as 'Gol de Scholes' as Bambino breaks out a bit of Eye of the Tiger to the legendary Manchester United midfielder's goal against Liverpool.
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