Iceland recorded a famous win over England as they progressed to the quarter finals of the Euros
It's been a rollercoaster few days for Icelandic commentator and football manager Gudmundur Benediktsson.
He became almost world famous when, earlier in the tournament, he got a little bit carried away with himself as his side secured their place in the last 16 with a late goal against Austria.
Shortly afterwards, he was sacked as coach of KR Reykjavik after a lacklustre start to the season, going from high to low pretty quickly.
He was also on duty for what proved to be an incredibly historic night as England were sent packing from Euro 2016 by Iceland, in a game that will go down as one of the biggest shocks in the history of the tournament.
Understandably, he once again got very excited as they took the lead through Sigthorsson on their way to that famous win.
Den isländske kommentatorn är tillbaka. Lyssna på den hysteriska glädjen vid 2-1 till Island pic.twitter.com/Qv6anSvhyv— Ehsan Fadakar (@ehsanfadakar) June 27, 2016
Equally, he was absolutely thrilled at the final whistle, making reference to the Brexit and breaking out in barely intelligible shrieks of pure joy.
Icelandic commentary King at full time. "You can leave Europe! You can go wherever the hell you want!"pic.twitter.com/i8Dj2dFeeZ— Chris Deeley (@ThatChris1209) June 27, 2016