I don't have a lot to say about the game, except congratulations, Breakers. So I'll focus on something entertaining, the new announcer. If you're an announcer for a professional sports team, here are some things to consider: 1) Don't forget the keeper of the home team when announcing the line-up. 2) Find out what Twitter is and use the word appropriately ("follow the Twitter" cracked me up) 3) Learn how to pronounce the players' names ahead of time 4) Don't say "courtesy of (player x)" when announcing a goal for the away team 5) Announcing the end of the game 5 minutes after the whistle is not really necessary 6) Learn how texting works (and don't confuse letters and numbers) 7) Learn about the sport prior to your first engagement It was pretty funny. The ref was entertaining as well. He seemed in constant panic mode and to overreact quite a bit. You would have thought that he was trying to keep a Premier League game from getting out of control. Not sure about this red card. But in all fairness, I am not sure why we got the PK either. Did anyone have a better view?