Goal of the century scored by Diego Maradona in 1986 World Cup

It was an unforgettable match that will long go down in history as one of the most talked about World Cup games of all time. It featured three goals, but only two of them are talked about religiously. Both goals were the creation of Diego Maradona.

Rather than dwelling on the controversial Hand of God goal from Diego Maradona, the following video sums up the incredible goal and the passion that erupted in the stands and in the commentator’s booth after it was scored.

It’s described by many as the Goal of the Century.

It’s the type of goal that you can watch over and over again, and never get sick of it.

Here it is. Diego Maradona’s goal that beat England in the 1986 World Cup:

For readers on mobile devices, you can watch the video here.

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