Well I had to read 3 times and I still don't get what you said and I think you didn't get what I said. I didn't mean the narrator was praising Sollys at all if that's what you got.
The narrator didn't praise Sollys at all but instead he kept telling Sollys was winning due to Unilever mistakes and that's my point. Why couldn't they praise Sollys when in fact Sollys scored more by their own merits than mistakes from Unilever? And yet he couldn't say some good words to Sollys and kept telling Sollys was only winning due to Unilever mistakes. But if it was the opposite way he would tell Unilever was doing great and not Sollys doing many mistakes.
Sorry, vblover. I misread your first post. I thought you wrote you can't understand why Sollys fans complain about narrators, not the opposite.
Then we completely agree with each other about this subject. I also remember in the 3rd set, when Sollys came back after a good sequence of serves of both Thaísa and Hooker, that they were telling that Unilever's reception was a disgrace. What's the point of not giving the merit to the Osasco's team?
I heard some people saying that Bernardinho and Rede Globo have a close relationship, he even presented a TV program in SporTV called Momento Olímpico. I believe they tend to picture Unilever as the good team and their opponents as the evil team whenever they broadcast Unilever's matches.
Anyway, SporTV narration is way better than Rede Globo's narration. I felt like watching the first clash between these two teams with the mute button on. LOL!