Diego Maradona jugador vs. Paraguay Diego enfrentó 3 veces como jugador a Paraguay. 24/08/1977: La Argentina le gana 2-1 a Paraguay en la cancha de Boca en el partido de ida por la Copa Félix Bogado. 31/08/1977: En Asunción se disputa la revancha y Paraguay gana por 2-0. La Copa se define por penales y Paraguay gana por 3-1. 09/05/1985: La Argentina se estaba preparando para las eliminatorias de
México 1986. En la cancha de River, la Argentina gana por 1-0 con un gol de penal convertido por Maradona. Mas informacion aca.
Hackney Marshes holds 88 full-sized football pitches, a world record. London air photograph taken October 1962 in John Tennant's book Football the Golden Age
Maradona never played here but invariably as a man who always projects himself on and off the pitch without contrition (especially where England is concerned), he might have cherished the opportunity. Read an article here on a press conference of his visit to Scotland in November 2008 as the newly designated coach to Argentina. Twinkle in his eye, El Diego never fails to project himself in front of the flashbulbs as a man with effortless flair!
The dark curls crown his head, his eyes shadowed under heavy brows. The compact physique. The strong legs and low centre of gravity give him an advantage in short sprints and extraordinary balance. He salutes the crowd on his debut in La Bombonera. Diego and the blue and gold shirt of Boca Juniors seemed destined for each other. Born in Villa Fiorito, a shantytown in the southern outskirts of Buenos Aires, Diego’s dream to win the World Cup for Argentina would become reality in front of 100,000 people in Mexico’s Azteca Stadium in 1986.
From the series El Sueño del Pibe (A Child’s Dream) Elements of paraphernalia inform my work like sporting symbols and props and my artwork is created as I study the fans, the banners, the stadiums and broader paraphernalia around the world.
El Sueño del Pibe - Trapos (A Child's Dream - banners)