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NBCNEWS – Throughout his career in football, Diego Maradona is more synonymous with Napoli than Barcelona. That’s because the Argentine legend brought I Partenopei to record the history of winning Serie A, Coppa Italia, and UEFA Cup.
With Napoli, Maradona scored a lot of beautiful goals. Both in open play and set-piece scenarios. Maradona’s ability to break the opponent’s net cannot be underestimated. There are many actions of Maradona that are remembered by fans until the second.
One quite beautiful happened in November 1985 at the Stadio San Paolo. The world football icon scored an indirect free-kick from inside the penalty box when Napoli played Juventus. The goal ensured Napoli’s 1-0 victory.
Maradona’s technique and placement of the ball won praise and was imitated by players of the next generation. Maradona received a short pass from team-mate Eraldo Pecci in the penalty area and then curled the ball through the posse and past Juventus goalkeeper Stefano Tacconi.
Until the legend died, the goal was still worth watching. That is the definition of “football perfection”.
In fact, decades later, Tacconi himself declared that it was Maradona’s best goal before his famous solo run against England at the 1986 World Cup. “It was the second most beautiful goal Diego has ever scored. It was an impossible goal and if I saved it, they will give me a medal,” Tacconi said last summer, reported by ANSA.
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“When you’re beaten by a champion, you can remember it for the rest of your life. You can tell your grandchildren. It’s not like you’re being beaten up by just anyone,” added Tacconi.
“It was an impossible goal. For a simple reason, the posse was very close. It was an indirect free-kick, from inside the area. I couldn’t see the ball, I just jumped instinctively. But, he already knew where it would go. ended. It was really a touch of genius, “said Tacconi.
Maradona truly had a unique talent and was born a star. Less than two years after his impressive free-kick against Juventus, he led Napoli to a first Serie A title in history.
Diego Maradona scores for Napoli against Juventus in 1985 with a nonchalant flick of the left bootpic.twitter.com/rsYFaxVZrS
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