Years from now, people will ask, "Where were you when Carli Lloyd hammered the ball from midfield to record the fastest hat trick in Women's World Cup history?"
Well, if you were watching the Fox broadcast at a sports bar, you were apparently doing it wrong.
Telemundo's Andres Cantor held nothing back on his call of the United States' 5-2 victory over Japan in Sunday's final, letting out a 38-second roar after Lloyd scored her hat-trick goal in the 16th minute.
He had to stop to catch his breath a few times, understandably.
[h/t Bro Bible]