Punch drunk? Diego Maradona became a national hero in Argentina (and Scotland) when he single-handedly beat England in the quarter-final of the 1986 World Cup and went on to lift the trophy.
Photo by Daniel Motz/Press Association
In his first World Cup, in Spain in 1982, Diego Maradona gave six Belgians the run around. The foundations were laid in his five games in the tournament and four years later the Argentina legend steered his country to the greatest prize in football.
Photo by Steve Powell/Getty Images
Steven Gerrard lets fly with a thunderbolt shot to score for Liverpool against West Ham United and take the 2006 FA Cup Final to penalties at the Millennium Stadium.
Photo by Stu Forster/Getty
Highbury under lights. Arsenal's 2nd ever match under flood lights; Arsenal 3:2 Glasgow Rangers; Friendly match; 62,000 attendance.
Credit: Arsenal Football Club.
England defender Terry Butcher refused to let a cut forehead prevent him marshalling England's defence in Sweden in 1989. Stitches and a bandage didn't really stand up to Butcher heading the ball as England secured a draw to reach Italia 90
Photo by David Cannon /Allsport
The members of the Single Leg Amputee Sports Club of Sierra Leone chase for the ball in Freetown. A brutal civil war left more than 6,000 amputees in Sierra Leone.
Dolphins tight end Randy McMichael soars over Saints defenders Michael Hawthorne (left) and Mel Mitchell to score a touchdown during a preseason game. The rookie tight end started all 16 games and caught 39 passes for 485 yards and four TDs during the season
This photo taken during the last season of Y.A. Tittle’s storied career as an NFL quarterback captures Tittle after having just thrown an interception that was returned for a touchdown. On the play he suffered both a concussion and a cracked sternum. Tittle says of the photo, â€œIt was the end of my dream. It was over.â€
Photo by Morris Berman
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