Death of Diego Maradona: the touch of humor of the English...

Among the tributes after the death of Diego Maradona and the headlines of newspapers around the world, the reference to the “hand of God”, against England at the 1986 World Cup (2-1), is omnipresent. There was no reason the English press should forget the symbol. And even less that she forgets his humor.

The prize certainly goes to Daily Star which soberly evokes in a “Maradona in the hands of God at 60” and wonders aloud and in large print “Where was the VAR when it was needed the most? “ under the photo of the Maradona-Shilton aerial duel.

“He is in the hands of God”, assure the Daily Mirror with the same photo that we also find in one of the Sun with the same title “In the hands of God”. For his part, Metro, who does not forget the values ​​of the United Kingdom and the selling subjects, did not let Maradona dislodge the miscarriage of Meghan Markle.

But the daily headline all the same “Maradona in the hands of God” respectfully placed under royal news, both news also sharing the front page of Daily Express who greets: “RIP: the eternal, imperfect genius … now secure in the hands of God”.

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