Austria’s greatest goal on a very expensive stamp

The winning goal by Andreas “Andi” Herzog for Austria in 1997 is one of their best football memories because it took the Austrian national team past Sweden in the 1998 World Cup. Forty-eight frames from the original television footage of Herzog’s goal have been run together using a technology called lenticular printing and the result is a postage stamp [ costing - 5.45 Euros (£4.34)]in which you can see Herzog score the goal if you slowly change the angle at which the stamp is viewed.The goal is on the youtube video below.You don’t have to change the angle of your monitor or anything..!

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