[WATCH] Maradona's World Cup 2018 antics and harrowing plane crash rescue

Legendary footballer Diego Maradona couldn't contain his excitement after his home country managed to stay in the competition by beating Nigeria 2-1 in the FIFA 2018 World Cup.

Maradona had to be treated by paramedics after the match and later taken to hospital for a routine check.

The soccer legend's antics drew more attention than the game when he danced with a Nigerian fan, looked to be asleep at one point and even gave the Nigerian team the finger after his team made it through to the next round.

Meanwhile, this Colombian man has surely left footprints in his friend's heart.

He helped his deaf and blind friend experience the joy of their team’s first World Cup campaign, and his reaction when Colombia scores is priceless.

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A teenager managed to pull himself out of the burning wreckage of a plane crash that claimed the lives of both his parents.

He had the help of Cordell Owens who has been praised by law enforcement for helping Peyton escape the flaming wreckage.

Owens used an axe to break a hole in the plane, allowing the lad to escape.

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