The Greatest Premier League Commentaries Of All Time
The Premier League is just a few weeks away, with many teams on worldwide pre-season tours or at least back in training and we can’t wait for domestic football to return.
One thing almost every football fan is longing for is to hear the dulcet tones of Martin Tyler on Super Sundays once again.
Tyler and Sky Sports have been broadcasting Premier League coverage since it’s launch in 1992 and have brought us some incredible moments.
From Wayne Rooney’s volley against Man City to Stan Collymore’s effort against Leeds in 2000, we take you threw the greatest Premier League commentaries of all time.
Steve Bruce v Sheffield Wednesday, April 1993
Martin Tyler’s commentary as Man Utd won the first Premier League title in 1993 is stuff of legend.
“Yes for Manchester United, Alex Ferguson can’t contain himself and that’s totally understandable, it’s been a phenomenal finish”
Nwankwo Kanu v Chelsea, October 1999
Not only was this a stunning effort by the Nigerian but it was his hat-trick goal away at Stamford Bridge. Martin Tyler perfectly describes the emotion of the moment for both Kanu and his opponents:
“It’s Kanu – what’s he going to do? Oh, can you believe it? He’s flattened Chelsea! He’s hit a hat-trick at Stamford Bridge!”