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"Goooal!": Legendary sportscaster Andrés Cantor shares his thoughts before the World Cup

"Goooal!": Legendary sportscaster Andrés Cantor shares his thoughts before the World Cup


"It is part of our DNA, our culture. It is the way we live and we feel for soccer," Cantor says about his prolonged, iconic soccer call.

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