5 Most Hated Hand Footballer

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In World of football, "interference" in the foot print or thwart a goal is the truth.However, if a player scored a goal with his hand or thwart the hated a reality.Here are 5 most hated player interference due to the birth or thwart a goal.

1. Hand Diego Maradona (Argentina)
Argentina vs England, 1986 World Cup Quarterfinals

Diego Armando Maradona is a football enthusiast public enemy in England after touchdown "hand of God" did to the goalkeeper Peter Shilton in the quarterfinals of the 1986 World Cup Mexico. Argentina the perfect trip to win the World Cup for the second time. As for England, Maradona makes it a crime to bury a dream once knocked the Three Lions to clinch the title for the second time.

2. Hand Thierry Henry (France)
Ireland vs France World Cup Play-off 2010

Dream Ireland to compete in the 2010 World Cup should be buried at the hands of France captain, Thierry Henry. Henry handball done twice before sending feedback on William Gallas and endless goals. Goal is to make Ireland were knocked out in the play-offs since losing 2-1. Although already filed with sorry, but Henry still considered public enemy across Ireland.

3. Hand Luis Suarez (Uruguay)
Uruguay vs Ghana, the 2010 World Cup quarter-finals

If only Luis Suarez did not hold the ball with his hand, it is not impossible, Ghana made history for the first time appeared in the 2010 World Cup semi-final. But history should have been in the grip disappears when Luis Suarez hold the ball heading into the net. Although Ghana earn a penalty, but Asamoah Gyan failed kick and Uruguay won through on penalties to make the semis.

4. Hand John Collins (Scotland)
Scotland vs The Netherlands, 1996 European Cup Group Stage

Netherlands came close to eliminated of the 1996 European Cup group stage when his team only a 0-0 draw against Scotland. Though the game a shot Ronald de Boer was on the goal line. But John Collins foiled the ball with his hand. Dutch finally saved Britain beat Scotland 2-0. The Netherlands qualified for the finals thanks to a superior goal difference over Scotland.

5. Hand Joe Jordan (Scotland)
Scotland vs Wales World Cup Qualifier 1977

Before John Collins foiled kick Ronald de Boer who almost became a goal, his Scotland players who reap hatred is Joe Jordan. In the play-off round 1978 World Cup at Anfield Stadium, Jordan to handball in the penalty box Wales. But referee Robert Wurtz (France) pointed to the penalty for the suspect Scotland Wales defender, David Jones who did handball. Jordan as the kicker penalty to complete his job well, while burying the dreams Wales competed in Argentina '78.