Telemundo’s call of Carli Lloyd’s third goal was classic Andres Cantor (Video)
If you watched the Women’s World Cup final on FOX Sunday night like most of us, you missed out on some of the most intense commentary in the history of women’s soccer. That was provided by none other than Andres Cantor.
Cantor, who is the play-by-play man for Telemundo, went absolutely insane when Carli Lloyd scored her third goal in the 16th minute to give the U.S. a 4-0 lead over Japan. As Timothy Burke of Deadspin noted, Cantor shouted “GOOOOOOOOOOOOL!” for 38 seconds with just two short breaks for air.
The goal was worth every bit of Cantor’s wind, as Lloyd gave us one of the best performances in World Cup history — men or women. You can watch all three of her goals here.
Remind me to tune into Telemundo the next time we see a hat trick.