It's an iconic piece of kit that has marks a new auction record for sports memorabilia.
The shirt worn by football legend Diego Maradona when he scored two of the most memorable goals in history, sold on Wednesday for 8.5 million euros at Sotheby's.
In his No.10 jersey, the Argentinian scored twice against England in the 1986 World Cup, including his "Hand of God" goal.
To have a shirt that's tied to two such historic moments, the "Hand of God" which is an incredible moment in time,
but then also the goal of the century, which happened just four minutes later.
To have a shirt that was worn by Diego Maradona, who many consider to be the greatest to ever play, it's really an honor.
The shirt was put up for sale by former England player Steve Hodge, who unintentionally caused the "Hand of God" moment,
who said he swapped it with Maradona after the game 36 years ago.
Sotheby's have stated that the buyer of the shirt remains anonymous.
Widely regarded as one of the world's greatest footballers, Maradona died age 60 in November, 2020.