Mario Götze found net in the 113th minute to deliver Germany its fourth world cup. Above is the goal as called on German TV broadcaster Das Erste; below is the despondent call from Argentinian TV Pública.
Greek defender Socratis Papastathopoulos found the net at the edge of regulation to force extra time in the Greeks' bout against Costa Rica. Here's what the goal sounded like on the NERIT broadcast in Greece.
Bryan Ruiz's 52nd-minute goal gave Costa Rica a 1-0 lead on a shot that seemed to surprise everyone on the pitch. Here's how announcers for Repretel Canal 6 in Costa Rica called it. (Spoiler: it involves a lot of ¡GOL!)
Giovani Dos Santos hammered home a tremendous golazo to open the scoring early in the second half for Mexico against the Netherlands. Here's what it sounded like on Mexico's Azteca Deportes TV.
You knew this was coming, didn't you? Here's how the brilliant James Rodríguez goal that put Colombia up 1-0 on Uruguay sounded on Colombian TV broadcaster Caracol. ROCK OUT. Update: here's James's second goal, as aired on the same network:
Colombia put four balls in the net yesterday, which means we have four instances of Javier Fernández Franco going berserk and four instances of the awesome Caracol heavy metal celebration song. Here's everything from Colombia's Caracol TV, and the rest of the goals scored yesterday as heard in the home country.
Portugal's last-second goal was heartbreaking for U.S. fans, but a glorious reprieve for the Portuguese. Here's our daily roundup of every goal scored, as heard by viewers or listeners in that country. Portugal's above, via RTP1 and Antena radio.
Sure, Messi's goal sounded great in Argentina. But how did Ghana's two miracles come across in West Africa? Here's those goals, and the rest yesterday as aired on TV or radio in their home countries.
We normally wait until the next morning to post these, but by request we're putting up Leo Messi's added-time game-winner as aired on TVP in Argentina. ¡GOL!
We noted yesterday how awesome Colombian broadcast goal calls are, but Costa Rica and Ecuador are offering just as stiff a challenge. Here's every goal scored yesterday, as heard back in that country. (Costa Rica is above, from national radio. It includes singing.)
Here's our daily roundup of every World Cup goal as heard on national broadcasts. Colombia again takes the lead, with both the amazing play-by-play on Caracol TV but also that kick-ass theme song.
Australia's national broadcaster SBS gave us a treat yesterday: an inset of announcer Craig Foster going nuts on Tim Cahill's outstanding equalizer against Netherlands yesterday. Australia had a lot to cheer for at the moment, but so did Chile and the other countries who scored goals on Wednesday. Here's all of them,…
Here's your daily highlight reel of goals as called by announcers from the countries that scored them. GOL!!!
Each day, we scavenge to find broadcasts of every country participating in the World Cup. Here's every goal scored yesterday, with audio from announcers in Colombia, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Italy, England, Japan, and the Ivory Coast.
Here's every goal scored at the World Cup yesterday, as called by that country's home announcers. GOL!!!
Every morning, we're going to try to round up every goal scored in the World Cup as aired by local broadcasts in those countries. Here's how yesterday's goals sounded on HRT 2 in Croatia and on Rede Globo in Brazil. GOL!!!