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Argentina 1986 World Cup squad - Who were the players and where are they now?

Just eight years after winning their first-ever World Cup on home soil, Argentina repeated the trick in Mexico at the 1986 World Cup.

It all started with a 3-1 routine win over South Korea in the group stages, followed by a 1-1 draw with Italy and a 2-0 victory versus Bulgaria.

A narrow 1-0 win over Uruguay in the round of 16 set up a quarter-final clash with England, which would end up becoming one of the most famous matches in the history of the beautiful game.

Diego Maradona. Hand of God. Goal of the tournament. Argentina through to the semi-finals.

Belgium were up next and were dispatched 2-0, before West Germany ended the final in tears following a 3-2 defeat.

But who were Maradona's team-mates on Argentina's way to glory and what happened to them afterwards?

Let's take a look!

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