May 19, 2013
England dominating international football?... Just in dreams
British ITV network released an advert titled “It's good to dream”, which uses cutting-edge technology to imagine that the England national football team have dominated the international scene since lifting it’s only World Cup title in 1966.
Among the many changes made to history, viewers can see how instead of just the late, great Bobby Moore, a series of successful England captains are immortalised in statues ringing Wembley Stadium, and of course there is a special chapter for Diego Armando Maradona, who is revealed to have got his just treatment in this alternate reality when coming down to the mythical 1986 World Cup quarterfinals game.
The spot also shows Swedish wonder Tomas Brolin missing in Euro 92, Gareth Southgate tuck away his Euro 96 penalty - and even Steve McClaren qualify for a major tournament.