The Most Iconic Football Photographs in History

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Inter’s Marco Materazzi and A.C Milan’s Rui Costa admiring the flare-filled pitch during a derby between the two teams in the 2005 quarter finals of the Champions League.

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A.C Milan player Ricardo Kak√† praying after A.C Milan’s 2007 Champions League Victory vs Liverpool.

Maradona scores the legendary goal that would become known as "The Hand Of God"  in the 1986 World Cup vs England (54th minute)

Maradona scores the legendary goal that would become known as “The Hand Of God” in the 1986 World Cup vs England (54th minute)

French footballer Zidane walks by the World Cup after receiving a red card for head butting Italian player Marco Materazzi during the 2006 World Cup Final.

French footballer Zidane walks by the World Cup after receiving a red card for head butting Italian player Marco Materazzi during the 2006 World Cup Final.

Manchester United vs Arsenal on a snowy day in 1926.

Manchester United vs Arsenal on a snowy day in 1926.

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David Cameron, Barack Obama, and Angela Merkel react to the 2012 Champions League penalty shoot out between Bayern Munich and Chelsea. Via Business Insider

Eric Cantona kicks Crystal Palace fan in 2005, later receiving a lengthy match ban

Eric Cantona kicks Crystal Palace fan in 2005, later receiving a lengthy match ban.

Wisla Krakow fans, unhappy with the match, begin to read the newspaper in Poland.

Wisla Krakow fans, unhappy with the match, begin to read the newspaper in Poland.

Hamburg 1974 - West Germany captain Franz Beckenbauer shakes hands with East Germany captain Bernd Bransch, when the divided country had to go head-to-head in the World Cup.

Hamburg 1974 – West Germany captain Franz Beckenbauer shakes hands with East Germany captain Bernd Bransch, when the divided country had to go head-to-head in the World Cup.

Brazil players kiss the World Cup after their win in 2002. The squad had some of the most legendary players in the history of football.

Brazil players kiss the World Cup after their win in 2002. The squad had some of the most legendary players in the history of football.

Fernando Torres scores for Spain in the Euro 2008 final vs Germany, ending the Spanish curse.

Fernando Torres scores for Spain in the Euro 2008 final vs Germany, ending the Spanish curse.

Italy enjoy their 1938 Wold Cup win. The last tournament before the outbreak of the Second World War.

Italy enjoy their 1938 Wold Cup win. The last tournament before the outbreak of the Second World War.

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