Thirty five years after Diego Maradona scored the 'Goal of the Century' against England in the quarterfinals of the 1986 World Cup in Mexico, Argentinians on Tuesday replayed the moment through their speakers to honor the soccer star who died in November.
The initiative, promoted by the Argentine Football Association (AFA), consisted of shouting the goal at 4.09 pm local time (19:09 GMT), exactly 35 years after 'Pelusa' converted the second of the two goals with which Argentina beat England 2-1.
Several personalities and institutions joined this initiative.
"Tomorrow marks 35 years of the most beautiful goal in history! A very beautiful initiative was put together which of course I join and invite you! Let's all shout it at 16:09! Let's all shout it together to get it to heaven!" Dalma Maradona, daughter of the former soccer player, wrote on her Twitter account on Monday.