Alphonso Davies' sensational goal leaves Panama broadcast crew in shambles

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Alphonso Davies' spectacular goal left this broadcast team in shambles. (@deportes_rpc/Twitter)
Alphonso Davies' spectacular goal left this broadcast team in shambles. (@deportes_rpc/Twitter)

If you haven't seen it already, you need to check out Alphonso Davies' incredible game-winning goal for the Canadian men's national soccer team on Wednesday.

It was an unbelievable individual effort that put Canada ahead of Panama by a score of 2-1 in a crucial CONCACAF FIFA World Cup Qualifier at BMO Field in Toronto. While fans were blowing the roof off the building after witnessing one of the best soccer players in the world do his thing, the Deportes RPC television crew was blowing a gasket.

In a broadcasting simulcast that puts the Manning Brothers to shame, Samuel Anthony and the rest of the Deportes RPC crew lost their collective cool after witnessing Davies' brilliance while also criticizing Panamanian centre-back Harold Cummings. 

Jackets were thrown, ties were removed, and all hope was lost from the room.

Canada went on to win the game by a score of 4-1, improving its record in the Qualifiers to 2-0-4. The victory was so impressive that even Drake wanted to link up with the team. It turns out Champagne Papi got his wish.

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