Viral Video of the Day: Gary Neville Really Enjoyed Fernando Torres' Goal

Michael Cummings@MikeCummings37World Football Lead WriterApril 25, 2012

Gary Neville: Impartial television commentator—or something like that.

Remember last night, when Fernando Torres scored THAT goal against Barcelona in the final seconds?

Yeah, of course you remember it. It was only the biggest story of the last millennium, or so I've been told.

Torres' goal gave Chelsea a 2-2 draw at the Camp Nou, and with that 2-2 draw, Chelsea won the two-legged Champions League semifinal 3-2 on aggregate.

The Blues would have gone through anyway at 2-2 (on away goals), but Torres' goal was too perfect.

That being said, do you remember how Gary Neville reacted to it?

Nevile, as you'll recall, is a color commentator for Sky Sports. More to the point, the former Manchester United man clearly relished Chelsea's final goal against Barcelona on Tuesday.

If you haven't seen/heard it, click the video above. It's really something.

Neville's orgasmic reaction has become something of an Internet sensation in the short time since it happened. It's even spawned a When Harry Met Sally mash-up.

However, that wasn't all. Sky Sports reporter Geoff Shreeves also raised eyebrows for his post-match interview with Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic.

Ivanovic, it turns out, won't be able to play in next month's Champions League final. The booking he received Tuesday night made him ineligible.

Shreeves made sure Ivanovic knew about it—all about it.

Fun times, all around.

Oh, and relax, Chelsea fans. We're not making fun of you. We're all wishing ol' Gar' had lost his mind cheering for our team in his capacity as an impartial commentator.

(h/t: Mirror Football)

 

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