By Edward Cardenas

SOUTHFIELD (CBS Detroit) – While many viewers watched the Women’s World Cup English language broadcast on Fox, the most emotional play-by-play of the game was on Telemundo.

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The game was called by Andres “GOOOOOAAL” Cantor on the Spanish language network, and with each U.S. goal in its 5-2 victory over Japan, the announcer added intensity to the call.

Listen to all five goals below, and use headphones because Cantor gets loud.

Cantor warmed up with Carli Lloyd’s first goal:

He then called Lloyd’s second goal nearly two minutes later:

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Cantor’s voice got nearly a nine-minute break before Lauren Holiday netted the United States’ third goal:

The call of the game might have been Lloyd’s unreal strike from midfield which put the United States up 4-0, and Cantor extended his “Goooaal” call for 38 seconds:

And the final goal by Tobin Heath which sealed the 5-2 victory:

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