This morning’s Friday cartoon comes from the 1986 World Cup finals, and tells briefly (and with a reference to a 1970s children’s television puppet that no-one under the age of forty-five reading this is likely to remember) of the real story behind how Diego Maradona scored for Argentina against England. This picture was drawn by Dotmund, who should theoretically be too young to be able to remember Hartley Hare.


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