He holds back the sneeze during the commentary, another embarrassing noise comes out

Dan Orlovsky (former American football player) is the ‘technical voice’ commenting on the match on the Espn channel. On live TV, during Monday Night Football, something unpleasant happens to him.

The injury to Dan Orlovsky (left) during the Monday Night Football live was embarrassing.

The injury to Dan Orlovsky (left) during the Monday Night Football live was embarrassing.

The good or the bad of the live broadcast. The ‘duck’, the most classic mistake, the dialectical injury, the pun on words are nothing compared to what happened to the commentator of the game between the Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans. On this side of the screen, for those who were in front of the TV, the columnist’s slip was taken with laughter. For him who was on the other side of the microphone, the embarrassment was great, thanks to the recording of that moment shared (and commented on) by users on social networks.

The episode took place during Monday Night Football, an appointment awaited by fans of the American league. It lasted a few seconds: first there was a sudden silence then an unfortunate noise was heard, which made the commentator himself uncomfortable. Impossible not to notice.

Dan Orlovsky (former American football player) is the ‘technical voice’ commenting on the match on the Espn channel. Unfortunately he wants him to sneeze while he is recounting the actions of the match and reflecting on the performances of the teams. He does what everyone would have done in his position at that moment: he tries to hold his breath and sneeze but the sound he makes shortly after is unpleasant. He distinctly feels a sort of raspberry (or even a fart according to some users) followed by another brief pause on the part of the commentator, clearly embarrassed by what has happened to him live nationally.

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Shortly after he resumed narrating the meeting, explaining how the evident difference in values ​​has shifted the balance to the side of the Buffalo Bills. Judging by what has been seen on the pitch and by the evidence of the numbers expressed, there was no match: in Monday Night Football the team led by Sean McDermott literally overwhelmed the opponents with the result of 41-7. Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs, who literally sliced ​​up their opponents, took care of the Bills. The quaterback equalized the career record by serving four touchdown passes, three of which went to the wide receiver. A perfect feeling on the pitch between the two absolute protagonists of the evening.


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