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Archived from the original on 12 December URL accessed on 6 June The desert and the dream: A study of Welsh colonization in Chubut — Cardiff: University of Wales Press. Archived from the original on 7 December Argentina beat Uruguay 1—0 in the round of 16 wearing blue cotton shirts that coach Carlos Bilardo believed would prove too uncomfortable in the searing Mexico City heat.
With three days to go before the match, he sent out Ruben Moschella, a member of his coaching staff, to scour the shops of the Mexican capital for a suitable kit.
He returned with two different blue shirts, which they subsequently weighed but were unable to choose between. A designer fashioned some makeshift Argentine Football LP) AFA badges, which were then sewn on to each jersey opposite the logo of Le Coq Sportifwhich provided kits for Argentina at the time, with silvery American football shirt numbers hurriedly ironed on to the backs. Before the game fans from both countries had a fight in Mexico City streets and into the stadium too.
Those flags would be then exhibited by Boca Juniors 's supporters during some Argentine league matches. The game started with both teams exchanging chances. Peter Beardsley had England's best chance after 13 minutes, following a slip from Nery Pumpido in Argentina's goal, but failed to take it. At half time, LP), the score was 0—0, Argentina having had much more of the possession and territory — and done a great deal more of the running — but having failed to get through England's defence.
It was the second half of the match that was to see the two incidents for which the game was to become both famous and infamous. Six minutes into the second half, Maradona cut inside from the left and played a diagonal low pass to the edge of the area to teammate Jorge Valdano and continued his run in the hope of a one-two movement.
Maradona's pass was played slightly behind Valdano and reached England's Steve Hodgethe left midfielder who had dropped back to defend. Hodge tried to hook the ball clear but miscued it.
The ball looped off his foot and into the penalty area, toward Maradona, who had continued his run. England goalkeeper Peter Shilton came out of his goal to punch the ball clear. The ball bounced into the goal. Referee Ali Bin Nasser of Tunisia said he did not see the infringement and allowed the goal. Maradona later said, "I was waiting for my teammates to embrace me, and no one came I told them, 'Come hug me, or the referee isn't going to allow it.
At the post-game press conference, Maradona facetiously commented that the goal was scored "un poco con la cabeza de Maradona y otro poco con la mano de Dios" "a little with the head of Maradona and a little with the hand of God"after which it became known as the " Hand of God " goal.
Better, much better, that the goal was so unjust, so cruel, because it hurt the English more. They told us that we were winning the war.
But in reality, England was winning 20—0. It was tough. The hype made it seem liked we were LP) to play out another war. I knew it was my hand. It wasn't my plan but the action happened so fast that the linesman didn't see me putting my hand in. The referee looked at me and he said: 'Goal. Four minutes after the Hand of God goal came The Goal of the Centurywhich is often said to be the greatest individual goal of all time. Maradona finished the move with a feint that left goalkeeper Peter Shilton on his bottom, before slotting the ball into the net to make the score 2—0 to Argentina.
About the goal, Maradona said, "I made the play to give it to Valdanobut when I got to the area they surrounded me and I had no space. Therefore, I had to continue the play LP) finish it myself. He's going to pass it to Diego, there's Maradona with it, two men on him, Maradona steps on the ball, there goes down the right flank the genius of world football, he leaves the wing and he's going Argentina 1 - Ovaltinees - British Justice L.P.
(Vinyl pass it to Burruchaga Still Maradona! There, there, there, there, there, there! I want to cry, oh holy God, long live football! What a goal! It is to cry for, excuse me!
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