'Flying Museum' to be built in Maradona's honor before World Cup

The 'Flying Museum' is soon to be seen flying in the sky in honor of the great Argentine football player Diego Maradona. The 'Tango D10S' plane unveiled Wednesday night will fly to various destinations in Argentina and is expected to inspire fans of Maradona to take to the field.

Maradona died of a heart attack in 2020 at the age of 60 following brain surgery. Maradona's photo has also been installed on the exterior of the plane. In which there is also that picture from 1986, in which Maradona is seen wearing an Argentine jersey and kissing the World Cup trophy. Reports say the plane will also travel to Barcelona and Naples, where Napoli, led by Maradona, won both their previous Italy titles in 1987 and 1990.

The last stop of the plane will be Qatar, which is to host the World Cup this year. England fans, however, are reluctant to visit the museum built on the plane, which also has photos of Maradona's two goals against England in the 1986 World Cup quarter-finals, along with the controversial 'Hand of God' goal. Things related to Maradona have been kept inside the plane.

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