The Sound of Excitement: Guess the goal - Which classic Champions League strike is this?

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From ‘They think it’s all over’ to the elongated ‘Gooooooool’ from South America, we celebrate those who bring the game's great moments to life

Commentators provide the soundtrack to the beautiful game.

From the early days of radio to the contemporary world of streaming football matches, those talking us through what we’re seeing play a vital role in bringing the game to life.

From ‘They think it’s all over’ to the great elongated ‘Gooooooooooool’ from South America, we remember history’s great sporting moments as much through the passion expressed in the commentary boxes.

So, Goal linked up with Nissan to ask commentators from around the world to describe some of the UEFA Champions League’s most memorable recent strikes.

After hearing of legendary strikes from Steven Gerrard, Dejan Stankovic and Thierry Henry, we end the week with a modern great from Lionel Messi.

But can you name these goals?

Which classic Gerrard strike is this?

Sound of Excitement: Which Steven Gerrard Champions League goal is this? Posted by Goal.com on Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Which Stankovic strike was this?

Which Stankovic strike was this? Posted by Goal.com on Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Which Henry strike was this?

Which Henry strike was this? Posted by Goal.com on Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Which Messi strike was this?

Which Messi strike was this? Posted by Goal.com on Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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