Javier Hernandez was possessed by the spirit of Diego Maradona for a brief moment this evening.
The Mexican scored in unorthodox fashion to draw West Ham level against Fulham in a moment full of controversy.
Claudio Ranieri was left uncharacteristically furious with the decision to allow the goal to stand.
Everyone’s favourite Italian even mimed a handball motion to the fourth official.
The moment will give folks on these shores horrible flashbacks of Maradona’s infamous ‘Hand of God.’
The crafty Argentinian broke English hearts back in the 1986 World Cup and his legacy now lives on with Hernandez’s handywork.
England fans have never forgiven Maradona and now Hernandez can look forward to a similar relationship with Fulham fans.
The questionable strike marked the Mexican’s 50th Premier League goal, with all 50 having been scored inside the box.
He’s the ultimate poacher. You have to HAND it to him…
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