The 1986 World Cup Final
Former Argentina defender Jose Luis Brown remembers the drama of his nation's 3-2 victory over West Germany at Mexico 86.
The victory of Diego Maradona's Argentina over West Germany in Mexico's Azteca stadium in June 1986 was one of the most memorable World Cup finals in recent times. Argentina was leading 2-0 but the West Germans fought back, before a sublime Maradona move sealed the match for the South Americans. Mike Lanchin has been speaking to the former Argentina defender, Jose Luis Brown, who scored his only international goal in the game; and to Argentine football expert, Marcela Mora y Araujo, who watched in delight as her country secured the top trophy for a second time.
Photo: Diego Maradona holding the World Cup trophy. (Photo by Jean-Yves Ruszniewski/TempSport/Corbis/VCG via Getty Images)