The black cat that became famous after crashing an NFL game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboy earlier this week is still on the run and escaping the capture inside the stadium. The stadium organisers wrote on Twitter, “Tuesday morning we set multiple humane traps throughout the stadium and searched long and hard for the Black Cat to no avail. We are hopeful that together we can find the black cat that we fell in love with.” The cat became an internet sensation after the game was stopped at the New York City's MetLife Stadium for five minutes after the animal stormed the field, wove its way between the players, and eventually entered the end-zone to wild applause.
Television and radio sports announcer Kevin Harlan too joined the party and began to do some commentary on the cat’s exploits on-air as it tried to get off the field. "He's walking to the three," Harlan deadpanned on the Westwood One broadcast. "He's at the two, and the cat is in the CDW red zone!" Policemen and state troopers have come onto the field, and the cat runs into the end zone!" he continued, growling, "THAT IS A TOUCHDOWN! And the cat is elusive, kind of like [running backs Saquon] Barkley and [Ezekiel] Elliott, but he doesn't know where to go!"
Kevin Harlan's Westwood One radio call of the cat on the field is, as you might expect, an all-time great call. How much of a pro is Harlan? He worked a sponsor read into it. pic.twitter.com/3x0MVNEHNY— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 5, 2019
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However, the black cat proved to be a good omen for The Dallas Cowboys were able to move to 5-3 and stay in the commanding position of NFC East after defeating the New York Giants (2-7) at MetLife Stadium, 37-18 on Monday.