Comments on the classic Kevin Phillips goal went viral.

A Premier League goal from 17 years ago is going viral because of one of the weirdest commentaries you’ll ever hear.

Aguero’s last-minute goal comes with an added brilliance that is clearly regarded as one of the most iconic commentary moments the league has ever heard.

But the Manchester City legend should now be in second place, or at least Martin Tyler could have, thanks to a goal in 2005.

In the match between Southampton and Chelsea, things got weird when Kevin Phillips scored and the commentator did a ridiculously long ‘goooooaaaaal’ but started signing the Rolling Stones’ ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’, but Phillips wrote the lyrics. Change everything about.

Just imagine Darren Fletcher or Steve McManaman dropped something like this in the middle of a Champions League final in weeks. The scene will be really cool.

The commentator in question is believed to be Bambino Pons, and this is not the first time an Argentinian has made such a statement.

In fact, some of Pons’ work is already well-known, and South American commentators have been treated similarly to Paul Scholes.

The goal, better known as the ‘Gal des Scholes’, was Bambino’s slight Eye of the Tigers popping into the legendary Manchester United midfielder’s goal against Liverpool.


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