It was 25 years ago today that BBC commentator Barry Davies wondered where the Germans were during the Olympic men's hockey final, before concluding that frankly nobody cared.
One of the best things about the Olympic Games is seeing sports that usually struggle to get any attention at all suddenly thrust into the spotlight.
Such was the case in Seoul in 1988 when the Great Britain men’s hockey team claimed gold and captured the public's imagination in the process.
Victory, which came in the same summer that the England football team was humbled at the European Championships, was made all the more sweet by the fact that the team’s march to glory ended with a win over one of the nation’s oldest sporting foes – Germany.
Imran Sherwani scored twice and Sean Kerly scored once in a 3-1 final win against the old enemy but more memorable than the game itself was Barry Davies's famous commentary after Sherwani's second and Britain's third goal effectively sealed the gold medal.
"Where were the Germans? " wondered Davies aloud, before adding: "But frankly who cares."
It is arguably the second most famous piece of a commentary in the history of British sport after Kenneth Wolstenholme's "They think's it's all over…" call from the 1966 World Cup final, and Davies himself cited Wolstenholme when he recalled his commentary in a piece for the BBC last year.
"Commentary has to be spontaneous. You just pray that at the moment when it really matters, as Kenneth Wolstenholme proved all those years ago, you find the right words to add to the picture," he said.
"At the Seoul 1988 Olympics, like the British hockey team, I had no idea what effect was being had on people back home in Britain. The British men touched a spark with the public which they did not appreciate.
"When Britain's third goal was scored - a tap-in from Sherwani - I began recapping it and, as I'm doing that, I'm thinking to myself: 'Hang on a minute. It's a knife-through-butter situation, there was no defender around. What were they doing, the Germans?' So I said: 'Where were the Germans?'
"And as I'm saying that, I'm thinking: 'Who gives a stuff where the Germans were? We're going to win this!'
"I have to admit the 'we' was there. I was guilty of supporting Great Britain. So then I added: 'Frankly, who cares?' Because I didn't, and I doubt if anybody watching in Britain did."
Davies turns 76 later this month – he worked with the BBC from 1969 to 2004 before going freelance. He commentated on the hockey again for the BBC at the London Olympics but he has not commentated on a football match for nearly 10 years.
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