Diego Maradona’s Iconic ‘hand of God’ soccer to be auctioned in London

The ball with which the late-Argentinian soccer legend Diego Maradona scored his notorious “hand of God” objective is to be offered at public sale in London subsequent month

The uncommon merchandise, which is predicted to fetch between €2.9 million to €3.3 million, will go below the hammer simply on 16 November — simply 4 days earlier than the beginning of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The ball belongs to Tunisian referee Ali Bin Nasser, who officiated the match which noticed England eradicated from the 1986 Phrase Cup quarter finals on the Estadio Azteca in Mexico Metropolis.

Maradona opened the scoring on that day by punching the ball previous England goalkeeper Peter Shilton, saying later it had been “a bit with the pinnacle of Maradona, a bit with the hand of God”. 

Quickly after, Maradona sped previous 5 English defenders and Shilton to fit house a strike that was voted “Aim of the Century” in a 2002 FIFA ballot.

Final Might, the quantity 10 shirt that Maradona wore within the quarter ultimate win was offered for greater than 9 million euros — a brand new world report for any piece of sports activities memorabilia.

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