Sports commentators can get carried away sometimes. David Coleman, a famed English sports commentator, seems to get carried away more than most. Here are some of his best moments....
That's the fastest time ever run -- but it's not as fast as the world record.
Don't tell those coming in the final result of that fantastic match, but let's just have another look at Italy's winning goal.
For those of you watching who do not have television sets, live commentary is on Radio 2.
This is a truly international field, no Britons involved.
Both of the Villa scorers -- Withe and Mortimer -- were born in Liverpool as was the Villa manager Ron Saunders who was born in Birkenhead.
He's 31 this year -- last year he was 30.
He won the bronze medal in the 1976 Olympics so he's used to being out in front.
We estimate, and this isn't an estimation, that Greta Waltz is 80 seconds behind.
Linford Christie's got a habit of pulling it out when it matters most.
The late start is due to the time.
He's got his hands on his knees and holds his head in despair.
He's even smaller in real life than he is on the track.
This could be a repeat of what will happen in the European games next week.
It's a battle with himself and with the ticking fingers of the clock.
Here are some names to look forward to -- perhaps in the future.
In the Moscow Olympics Lasse Viren came in fifth and ran a champions race.
He just can't believe what's not happening to him.
One of the great unknown champions because very little is known about him.
There'll be only one winner now -- in every sense.
He is accelerating all the time. The last lap was run in 64 seconds and the one before that in 62.