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Explanation: Spurn the idol Bell, and the hideous dragon; turn from the wrath to come; mind thine eye, I say; oh! goodness gracious! steer clear of the fiery pit!" ..."Caramba! have done, shipmate, will ye? It's the three soaked biscuits ye eat for supper turning over inside of ye- nothing else. Look to the bucket!" Two different fragments from "Moby Dick" by Herman Melville. It really is an euphemism. You should check its etymology in Webster's Dictionary. Caramba!
Explanation: This will depend so much on further context. (Was the locutor pleased about the goal? Disappointed? Shocked?)
Also on the target audience... my suggestion is very British. "Holy Shit" might sound more US (or at least it would have in the 70s when I was last there :-)
Then there's the question of register. Both suggestions above would only be used if the register is informal. A more formal option might be: "Dear me!" (UK) or "Lord Almighty" (US) - but again this latter might offend religious sensibilities... of which the US is full :-(
Funny how a simple word we all know and love can be so "traidora" ¿no?