Diego Maradona is honoured by FIFA World Cup fans with shirts and chants.

Argentina fans have never fully recovered from Maradona's heart attack . Argentina fans are hoping to see Diego Maradona inspire their team to victory over Mexico .

Diego Maradona will wear a shirt worn by England against Javier Maluf, but other World Cup supporters are getting more excited about Friday's second anniversary of the flawed genius's death.Argentina's legion of supporters may also be praying to the sporting gods that the late football great's country will continue to inspire it to victory over Mexico on Saturday to hold their hopes in Qatar alive.Maluf is one of the many Argentina fans who has never fully recovered from Maradona's heart attack at the age of 60.The shirt that Maradona wore during a game against England at Wembley in 1980 is the most popular part of Malufs collection of 1,000 game-worn football jerseys worth $1 million, according to Maluf.

Maluf, a well-known memorabilia sleuth, also has a blood-stained Argentina shirt worn by Mario Kempes in a 1978 World Cup match against France.Carlos Peucelle, who participated in the first World Cup a year earlier, folded this near a River Plate shirt worn in 1931.Memorabilia is now big business, with Maradona pieces becoming highly sought after.A shirt worn by Argentina forward Alexis Maradona during his legendary 1986 World Cup Hand of God goal against England sold for $9.3 million in May.The ball he struck into the England net was sold for 2 million ($2.4 million) this month, donated by Vuukle.

It would be awesome if it goes to Argentina one day, because the whole audience would see it and feel it, he said.More than 30,000 Argentina fans are in Qatar for this year's tournament, and although many revere current number ten Lionel Messi, Maradonas name has a somewhat mystical feel.There were Maradona masks, banners, and shirts on display in the stadium during Argentinas first game, a humiliating 2-1 loss to Saudi Arabia, and a lot of Maradona fanatics have predicted.On Friday, the stadium would host many public tributes.One group is planning a march to the Maradona FanFest at Dohas international airport, with a hologram of the player and a tribute jet with images of Maradona that will be auctioned for charity.

They took countless selfies with Arab football fans.Gonzalo, a 32-year-old Buenos Aires lawyer, recalled the shock of learning about Maradonas' suicide.I was on the beach, my girlfriend told me, and I said we should grab our things and go right back to Buenos Aires.Thousands of people stood outside Maradona's house.Only on JioSaavn.com can you find the latest hits.When Argentina takes on Mexico, Claudio carried a banner depicting Maradona embracing Messi.

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