If you say the words "Game Six" to a sports fan they will likely know what you mean. They'll likely remember that historic night in Queens and the infamous gaffe of a certain first baseman. Some will even recall Vin Scully's baritone narrating the unbelievable action, if you just say those magical words.
Apparently, the fascination with this pivotal moment in the 1986 World Series -- when the New York Mets forged another miracle at Shea (with some help from Bill Buckner) -- transcends borders and even the ability to speak Scully's native language.
A video recently uploaded to YouTube features a group of children reenacting the fateful bottom of the 10th inning at Shea Stadium. According to the video's description on YouTube, these are students in Kenya who expressed interest in making a video about a famous American sporting event. After watching live clips, the group decided on the infamous Buckner error over the "Music City Miracle" play that helped propel the Tennessee Titans to a Super Bowl berth in 2000.
These children are not the first two pay homage to Game 6 by reenacting its most memorable moments. Ranked as the No. 3 game in baseball history by MLB Network, Game 6 was previously immortalized in 8-bit graphics by way of "RBI Baseball."