The historic head-butt that marked the end of France great Zinedine Zidane's international career is now more than just a memory.
A five-metre-high bronze statue portraying Zidane aiming his shaven head at Italy opponent Marco Materazzi's torso has been erected in front of Paris's Centre Pompidou modern art museum.
Zidane lit up the field playing for Real Madrid and other teams and helped France to victory at the 1998 FIFA World Cup.
But in the 110th minute of a riveting World Cup final in 2006 against Italy, Zidane lowered his head and rammed Materazzi's chest, knocking him to the ground.
Zidane, who had been planning to retire after the World Cup, later apologised and said he was responding to repeated insults.
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