This is a photograph depicting the moment as Geoff Hurst struck the ball, during the 1966 World Cup Final, and was destined to be the most controversial goal in World Cup Final history. This unframed photo is signed by Sir Geoff Hurst himself.
The ball then went on to strike the underside of the West German bar and then...did it cross the line? The Russian linesman said it had indeed crossed the line and England were awarded the goal to take a 3-2 lead.
With only seconds of the match remaining Geoff Hurst famously raced up the field to score his third and seal a 4-2 World Cup Final victory for England.
Geoff Hurst, at the timing of writing, remains remains the only person to score a hat trick in a World Cup Final.
The size of the photograph is 10" x 8", 20cm x 25cm.
We do not have a certificate of authenticity but it is guaranteed to be Sir Geoff Hurst's signature.
This is a classic and historic piece of sporting memorabilia and will have particular appeal to any England or West Ham United fan.