Wednesday, January 27, 2021

World Cup Countdown Day 1: England ’86

World Cup Countdown Day 1: Lazy Fan Sports look back at one of the most exciting moments in World Cup history as Diego Maradona tears through the entire England team and nets the infamous ‘hand of god‘.

The two sides of the Argentine legend rose to the fore in this quarterfinal encounter. He scored his first through the “Hand of God,” a deliberate swipe of the fist to punch the opener past the onrushing Peter Shilton.

World Cup Countdown day 1

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