◼️ The legendary Argentine player referred to the importance of using technology for the next World Cup and hinted at his goal in 1986.
Diego Maradona welcomed the approval of the use of technology in football, but dismissed suggestions that the VAR would have annulled his iconic goal that was qualified in history as the “Hand of God” in the 1986 World Cup. , against England.
On that occasion, the 10 explained after the game that scored “a little with the head of Maradona and a little with the hand of God.”
When asked what would have happened if the VAR, which will be used in the World Cup for the first time this year, would have been used for that action, Maradona said: “Nothing, I would’ve play with the VAR!”.
In turn, the legendary soccer player showed his support for the additional assistance to the referees. “I think there must be technology in football, and football can not be disconnected from technology because it’s everywhere, I think VAR is something really good because it reflects what happens on the field, it’s not just about recognizing a goal or an offside game. “ analyzed.