Nigerian 'Peter Drury' Runs World Cup Commentary in English and Spanish

Nigerian 'Peter Drury' Runs World Cup Commentary in English and Spanish

Ibitoye Shittu
updated at April 12, 2023 at 8:22 PM
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  • A Nigerian Donald Kimmich who sounds like Peter Drury has been spotted conducting 2022 World Cup commentary
  • The football lover has won the hearts of many fans who were stunned to see this talent share commentary in English and Spanish
  • Kimmich also revealed that British commentator Peter Drury is his role model and looks forward to meeting him

An adorable video has been spotted on social media where a Nigerian was seen perfectly running World Cup commentary in English, Spanish and Hausa languages.

The 2022 World Cup was held in Qatar, and it is no longer new news that Argentina emerged champions of the competition following their win over France in the final.

Even though the final was not an easy ride for Argentina, the fact is that Lionel Messi was able to lift the World Cup for the very first time in his career.

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Lionel Messi finding his way against French players at the World Cup. Photo by Ashraf Amra
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According to a video seen on Facebook, a man who introduced himself as Donald Kimmich ran commentary in which fans thought he was Peter Drury.

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Who is Peter Drury?

Peter Drury is a British sports commentator who currently works for NBC Sports as the lead main commentator for its Premier League coverage in the United States.

Prior to joining NBC Sports, Drury was the lead main commentator for Premier League Productions.

Watch the video below

Donald while speaking about himself, Donald explained that he plays football and is nicknamed Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo recently moved to the Saudi Arabian League after his contract was terminated at Manchester United.

Ronaldo’s first competitive game

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Cristiano Ronaldo's much-vaunted Al-Nassr debut is in the offing as supporters brace themselves to witness the Portuguese superstar for the first time in an official game.

Ronaldo, who will turn 38 in February, had his Al-Nassr bow delayed due to a two-game ban slapped on him by the English FA back in November.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is however billed to make his competitive debut on January 22 against Al-Etiffaq.

The first batch of tickets for Ronaldo's first official outing for Al-Nassr against Al-Ettifaq sold out in less than an hour.

The Portugal captain has received rave reviews from Al-Nassr's assistant coach Stephane Jobard for his humility and willingness to get going on the pitch.

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