Argentinean Football Star Diego Maradona Passed Away (Died) at 60


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Argentinean football star Diego Maradona has died at his residence in Tigre after distress a cardiac arrest.

The colorful player, greatest branded for leading Argentina to the 1986 World Cup designation, was 60.

Previous in November, Maradona had undergone a surgical procedure for a brain clot.

His private doctor, neurologist Leopoldo Luque, had said that the trouble likely was rooted by an accident.

He was, though, unconfined from a Buenos Aires hospital just over a week after enduring the surgical procedure, and was to carry on his revival in a personal home.

Maradona's lawyer, Matias Morla, had said he will carry on getting treatment for alcohol addiction. He was allegedly staying in a house close to his elder daughters.

He had celebrated his 60th Birthday on October 30 and had demonstrated up that night for Gimnasia's national championship match against Patronato, which his team won 3-0.

He has gone before the end of the first half, which had elevated questions about his physical condition.

Before his birthday, Maradona had been isolating at residence after approaching into get in touch with a person who had confirmed symptoms of COVID-19.

Next to with Brazil's Pele, Maradona was known as one of the greatest footballers of all time.

In Argentina, he was worshipped as 'El Dios' - The God - partially a play on words on his figure 10 shirt, 'El Diez.'

He was mostly accountable for Argentina's World Cup victory in 1986 in Mexico, scoring two prominent goals in one game against England in the quarter-finals.

"In our combined thoughts Diego Maradona stand for a convinced celebrated past, he's a symbol of what we strength have been," popular culture professor at Buenos Aires University and Maradona expert Pablo Alabarces informed news agency Reuters.

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