Probably no other decision in soccer history has been shown more than Argentine Diego Maradona’s “Hand of God” goal that was scored against England in the 1986 World Cup quarterfinal. The undercurrent to the fractious match was the Falklands war, which took place between the nations earlier that decade. Relations wouldn’t improve after this fiery encounter. There can be no debate that Maradona punched the ball over goalkeeper Peter Shilton. He then coined the infamous phrase in the aftermath of his side’s 2-1 victory en route to Argentina’s winning their second World Cup. Maradona undid some of the damage by scoring his team’s second goal, which has rightly been viewed as one of the greatest individual goals in the sport’s history. But the hand ball will surely be brought up again if the sides meet in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.