At the opening ceremony of the Conmebol-UEFA Champions Cup, held this Wednesday in the English capital, two balls made by the Paraguayan artist were exhibited.
Pupi Zanetti and Benjamín Agüero come out onto the playing field with the trophy of the #finalissima!
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One of them is inspired by the figure of Diego Maradona, with the inclusion of the phrase “the ball does not stain” and an image of the Argentine star lifting the World Cup trophy.
The other ball is inspired by Paolo Rossi, whose portrait was also hand-painted, who is seen lifting the 1982 World Cup trophy (won by Italy).
@lilicanteroartArtist Paraguayan, she painted both soccer balls that were present at the opening of the Finalissima Ceremony between Argentina and Italy.
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The match ended with a 3-0 victory for the South American team, which in such a way kept the title of the Finalissima 2022.
The entrance Paraguay, present at the Finalissima through an artist was first published in diary TODAY.