Published on 10 Jul 2011 | over 5 years ago
The legendary live commentary by Victor Hugo Morales of the Maradona's Goal of the Century, which exemplifies its characteristic style. From the broadcast for an argentinian radio, the uruguayan commentator described with so much emotion the second goal by Diego Maradona, that for many Argentines this commentary is intimately linked to that goal, that game, that day and the Mexico 86 world cup.
Víctor Hugo Morales is an uruguayan journalist, sports correspondent, commentator, conductor and writer. He's an example and a permanent reference in sport journalism, because he owns all of the requirements to achieve excellence: an incomparable voice, good presence, excellent diction, and an incomparable management of the Spanish language. Besides its endless talent, he made memorable phrases which remained in the collective slang: "tatatata", "no quieran saber, no le pregunten a nadie...", "barrilete cósmico", "balas que pican cerca... la manzana está rodeada" and many others.