Maradona's 'Hand of God'

In 1986, Argentina striker Diego Maradona scored two goals against England which have gone down in World Cup history.

The first goal is now known as the "hand of God" and the second as the "goal of the century".

England frontman Gary Lineker saw both goals go in and shares his memories with Sporting Witness.

(Image: Argentina's Diego Maradona scoring his side's first goal past English goalkeeper Peter Shilton by use of his hand, Maradona later claimed that the goal was scored by "the hand of God". Credit: BONGARTS/Getty Images)

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