Cheeky as ever, Diego Maradona’s wish for his 60th birthday is to score another goal against England — this time with his right hand.
The Argentine great’s most famous — and most infamous — goal went into the net off his left fist in the 1986 World Cup quarterfinals. It has become known as the “Hand of God.”
“I dream to score another goal against the English, this time with the right hand,” Maradona said in an interview with France Football magazine published this week.
Maradona, who has been isolating at home in recent days after coming into contact with a person who showed systems of the coronavirus, turned 60 on Friday.
He scored that notorious goal against England when he was 26, leaping just ahead of goalkeeper Peter Shilton and punching the ball into the net. In the same game, Maradona dribbled through half the England team and scored again — a goal considered…