It's World Cup season again and unless you're a football fanatic it can be easy to not really "get" what all the excitement is about. 

 

However, we would DEFINITELY watch if this gal was the commentator. Meet  Alison Finlay, a student from London and our new hero. 

 

Her boyfriend was delayed on his commute home, so instead of missing the FIFA World Cup game between England and Tunisia, he asked Alison to give him a play-by-play of the action. 

 

“He had to work late and hoped he’d make it back (for the game) but didn't, so asked me to fill him in. I kindly obliged!” Alison told the Press Association

 

After England won the match 2-1, Alison uploaded her texts to the Internet, which went wild for her. 

 

 

Our personal favourite is: 

 

"A Tunisian man is on the floor [sic]. Looks like he got hit in the hair. The referee is uninterested. the man with the injured hair is not pleased." 

 

 She also mocks the  soccer player's hair, which at half an hour into the game she observes that "everyone's hair is holding up well."

 

Oh as for the injures? She's calling BS on them. 

 

"This time and Englishman received a light tap and fell down violently."  

 

 

Thanks to the popularity of her original tweet, she uploaded the rest of the conversation which was equally as hilarious. 

 

Twitter is loving it, with many begging her to live tweet the rest of the World Cup. 

 

 

Can she just narrate our lives please? 

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