Fox Sports Commentator's Reaction To Dwight Gayle's Goal Is The Best Thing Ever
Great moments are made even greater by iconic commentary.
But Forget Martin Tyler's "AGUEROOOOOO!" and even Kenneth Wolstenholme's classic "They think it's all over, it is now!" line from England's 1966 World Cup win - nothing will compare to what the voice box of a Fox Sports commentator conjured up last night.
A video of Dwight Gayle's opening goal for Newcastle against Aston Villa being described has gathered some serious steam online thanks to the incredible commentary.
After Gayle put the ball in the net in the 68th minute, the Spanish-speaking commentator let out a trademark "GOLLLLLLLLLLLL!" before erupting in his own little song where he goes, 'It's a gol de Newcastle, Lo eso Gayle" - which basically means it's a goal for Newcastle and Gayle scored it.
But we're sure you'll agree that it's so unbelievably catchy.
After all, the best bits of commentary always come in Spanish. We'll never forget the time an announce started singing "Gol de Scholes" to the 'Eye of the Tiger' Rocky Theme song after Manchester United went 1-0 up against Liverpool in 2006.
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And more recently, in a Copa Sudamericano Under 20 game between Venezuela and Brazil, a TyC Sports commentator produced audio that you would not expect in a football match.
When Venezuela's Jan Carlos Hurtado displayed incredible pace to burn from his own half and left three Brazil defenders in his wake, the man in the commentary box got so excited he started mimicking a Formula One car and going 'Vroom' to convery how fast the player was dribbling.
Words had truly failed him and he could only manage a slew of car engine noises.
Sadly Hurtado was unable to finish off the sublime mazy run with a finish but the commentary has still gone viral regardless, with over 1.9 million views and a serious number of retweets on the clip.