According to reports, Argentinian football legend Diego Maradona has recently died at the age of 60.
Per the BBC, the 60-year-old passed away after experiencing a heart attack, merely 2 weeks after undertaking an effective surgical procedure in the hospital on a blood clot in his brain.
Diego Maradona has died aged 60.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) November 25, 2020
Tributes to Diego Maradona inside and outside the Stadio San Paolo, Naples 💙 pic.twitter.com/uolXAjQ11I
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Diego Maradona is commonly considered among the best football players of all time and captained Argentina when they won the 1986 World Cup, generating a collection of jaw-dropping performances in the process.
He racked up 34 goals in 91 appearances for his nation and also represented them at 4 World Cups.
The fabulous player relinquished football on the day of his 37th birthday in his 2nd spell with Argentinian titans Boca Juniors. Maradona would certainly take place to manage the Argentina national team in 2008, leaving the position after his side were knocked out of the 2010 world cup in the quarter-finals by Germany.
Maradona played for Barcelona and also Napoli throughout his club career, winning the Serie A title two times with the Italian club.
According to the BBC, he was set to be dealt with for alcohol dependency.
Our feelings are with Maradona’s family members, close friends, as well as followers right now …