Legendary Diego Maradona honors recognition on 58th birthday


Argentina celebrated the 58th anniversary of Diego Maradona on Wednesday, displaying a golden image of the legendary Albiceleste, who recovered his England goal in the 20th century.

Legendary Diego Maradona honors recognition on 58th birthday
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Argentina celebrated the 58th anniversary of Diego Maradona on Wednesday, displaying a golden image of the legendary Albiceleste, who recovered his England goal in the 20th century.

Maradona's birthday was on October 30, but when the presentation was delayed on a day of rains. The video is located near the Juninors Club at Buenos Aires, where he started his debut in 1976.

After ten years, Maradona became captain of Argentina in the 1986 World Cup and scored two goals in the history of football. For the first time it was the "Hand of God" goal, with Maradona scoring Peter Shilton on goal. Argentina's 1-0 victory over Argentina.
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However, the real generation came in minutes after Maradona found the ball in the first half of the game, came across two England players and found the net. Then he beat two other opponents, he fought at Shilton before scoring the ball.
Sculptor Jorge Martinez said: "The goal of all the Argentine players was shouting about it" was the essence he made for Maradona.

"It was a historical story of Argentina's history," he said.

A 9-foot photo was posted on a window near the window where Maradona was pictured wearing the red suitcase for Argentinos Juniors. Maradona did not attend the ceremony. He was coach of Mexico's second-tier Dorados de Sinaloa.

"Sculptures are usually made for dead, Diego is alive," said Alberto Perez, chairman of the Historical La Paternal Historical Society, Buenos Aires, in his area.

"You have to pay for worship when you live, and everyone must know that his neighborhood always memorises."

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