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Never-Before-Seen Footage of Diego Maradona’s Greatest Goal Of His Career [VIDEO]

diego maradona Never Before Seen Footage of Diego Maradonas Greatest Goal Of His Career [VIDEO]

Video footage has just been released of a goal that Diego Maradona considers the best of his career. The never-before-seen footage shows an incredible run by Maradona in an international friendly that ended 4-4.

Maradona considers this goal even better than the one he scored against England in the 1986 World Cup

While the quality of the video footage is remarkably poor, there’s no doubting that this was an incredible goal. What do you think? Is it better than his golazo against England in the 1986 World Cup (and I’m not counting the Hand of God goal)?


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4 Responses to Never-Before-Seen Footage of Diego Maradona’s Greatest Goal Of His Career [VIDEO]

  1. San Fransiscan says:

    And still the footage remains to be seen.

  2. Huw Roma says:

    Was this in 1954?

  3. Matt says:

    I’ve seen better videos from the Civil War

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