The jersey worn by Argentine football god Diego Maradona in the semi-finals of the 1986 World Cup was auctioned on May 4. The jersey worn by Argentine football god Diego Maradona in the semi-final of the 1986 World Cup was auctioned on May 4 against England. That semifinal against England has become famous for two of the most talked about goals in football history. On that day, Maradona scored two of the best and most controversial goals of all time in that jersey. So the jersey broke all records and sold for 9 million. After a couple of months, another historic jersey of Maradona is being auctioned again.
The jersey that Maradona later played in the 1986 World Cup final is now up for auction. The auction house Julien is putting this jury up for auction. They claim they received the jersey from the late journalist Jose Maria Munez. The description on the side of the auctioned jersey reads – Maradona signed the jersey with a black marker and wrote, ‘This is for Jose Maria. Take my love. ‘
but the auction house said that although it is a jersey for the World Cup final, there is not much insanity about it like Maradona’s jersey. That jersey in the semifinals broke all records for the sale of souvenirs in the sports world, but the pre-auction price of the jersey in the final has reached 15,000 dollars so far.
The auction will start at 2pm local time in Argentina on Tuesday (June 26). There is also an opportunity to participate online. In addition to this jersey, there are at least 15 more Maradona jerseys in this auction. He wore these jerseys while playing for Argentina, Boca Juniors, Barcelona and Napoli.
Argentina beat West Germany 3-2 in the final of the World Cup to become world champions for the second time. Although he did not score in the final, Maradonai assisted the team’s number three goal.