Martin Tyler has another 'Agueroooo' moment as Salah scores wondergoal against Chelsea

MARTIN TYLER had another "Agueroooo" moment after Mohamed Salah scored a screamer against Chelsea.

The Sky Sports commentator, 73, could not contain his excitement after the Egyptian ace put Liverpool 2-0 ahead at Anfield.

Tyler's most famous piece of commentary to date came when he watched Sergio Aguero fire Manchester City to the 2011/12 Premier League title.

He screamed "Agueroooo…" as the Argentine ace made it 3-2 with virtually the final kick of the game.

And fans were left with a sense of deja-vu after he did exactly the same thing when Salah scored in the second half.

The Liverpool star cut inside and unleashed a sensational strike from distance that flew into the top corner.

As he commentated alongside Jamie Carragher, Tyler screamed: "Salaaaaaaaaaaah! Astonishing.

"Like an arrow into the bullseye of the top corner. Well you'd have your golf chip, that's a drive down the fairway plus, plus, plus."

After a clip of the goal went viral on Twitter, one fan said: "Anyone else just hear Martin Tyler orgasm?"

Another added: "Martin did not just scream Salah's name like it was Aguero in the 90th minute… I'm done."

While  one said: "Even Martin Tyler had to sound mildly excited about that one."

Liverpool went on to win the match 2-0 after Salah doubled the lead following Sadio Mane's opener.

A strike so good that Martin Tyler scaled ‘Aguerooooo’ levels of excitement as he exclaimed Salah’s name on its way in. Shame about the Partridge-esque perpetuation of the contrived golf analogy afterwards.

Even Martin Tyler had to sound mildly exited about that one #Salah

Martin Tyler had to show enthusiasm for that Mo Salah goal!!!!! #whatahitson

 

Martin Tyler did not just scream Salah’s name like it was Aguero in the 90th minute…I’m done

A strike so good that Martin Tyler scaled ‘Aguerooooo’ levels of excitement as he exclaimed Salah’s name on its way in. Shame about the Partridge-esque perpetuation of the contrived golf analogy afterwards.

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