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When incredible drama and special moments occur in the great game of football, you need commentary to perfect capture it all and tell that story.
An iconic piece of commentary is everything. From Martin Tyler's "Agueroooo!" to Gary Neville's Torres-gasm, those goals would not be anywhere near as memorable had it not been for the spine-tingling description that came with it.
Last night, when Roma netted their winning goal to complete a stunning Champions League quarter final comeback over the mighty Barcelona, BT Sport's Peter Drury showed he's an absolute master of the art of commentary.
Kostas Manolas sent the Stadio Olimpico into a frenzy when he headed home Cengiz Ünder's corner in the 82nd minute and Drury, one of the very best in the business, killed it with his commentary.
Him calling Manolas "the Greek God in Rome" and saying he came to the seven hills of Rome to pull of a miracle is just absolute perfection.
Football at its dramatic best. Commentary at its very best :raised_hands::raised_hands::raised_hands: pic.twitter.com/XRke1vCwsT
- Jake Humphrey (@mrjakehumphrey) April 11, 2018
Great commentary Peter Drury. :raised_hands: Could be in line for a move to big boys Sky in the summer transfer window! :wink:
- Steve W (@1982dede) April 11, 2018
Time and time again he proves to be the best commentator on TV. How he's not ahead of Darren Ferguson of all people is a joke.
- Ash McNally (@mc_red23) April 11, 2018
One of the best pieces of commentary I have ever heard!
- Lewis H (@LewisH90) April 11, 2018
Peter Drury almost got me in tears...
- Benjamin Watts (@BenWattsSport) April 11, 2018
And this is why it amazes me that Peter Drury isn't the main BT Sport commentator. On another level to the others
- Nörthern Gööner (@dougieboy84) April 11, 2018
Similarly, the commentary from the Italian commentator in Rome was just sensational and will also give you goosebumps galore. Emotion and passion in abundance.
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