There may not be a bigger hero in America these days than Carli Lloyd.

Lloyd notched a hat trick in the first 16 minutes of the US' 5-2 victory over Japan in the World Cup final on Sunday, in a clutch performance that will go down in history.

If you thought Americans were wowed by Lloyd's accomplishment, then you need to hear Telemundo's Andres Cantor calling the third and final of her goals, a mesmerizing and unlikely shot from midfield that found the back of the net.

If you're keeping track at home, Cantor shouted "goal" for 38 seconds. Thirty-eight seconds!

It only seems appropriate that one of the most amazing goals you'll ever see and one that will be remembered for years has an equally memorable call.

We're pretty sure this call will be ingrained in your brain for days to come. If you're not hearing "Gooooaaaaaaaallllllll" in your sleep, then you're just not grasping how awesome this is.

Meanwhile, Cantor, already known the world over for his iconic goal calls, appeared on NBC's Today show on Monday to discuss Lloyd's call and the US' huge win.