Argentine media reported the death of the football legend Maradona, at the age of 60.
According to Argentine media reports, Maradona died of heart failure.;,
She said that the football legend had a heart attack at his home just two weeks after leaving the hospital, where he underwent surgery for a stroke.
Maradona, considered one of the greatest footballers of all time, helped Argentina win the World Cup in 1986.
Maradona played football for Boca Juniors, Naples, Barcelona, and others, and was adored by millions for his wonderful skills.
The Argentinian newspapers, “Ole” and “clarín“, said that Maradona passed away at the age of 60.
The newspaper “Clarin” reported that Maradona was suffering from deteriorating health, after he underwent a head surgery on 30 October.
For many of us, Diego Armando Maradona was like our Kobe, our Jordan, our Cassius Clay. A man who had to fight his internal fiends, no doubt, but his genius in the field was a God-given gift. May he rest in power.
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As for the newspaper “Ole”, it said that Maradona suffered the consequences of a cardiorespiratory arrest while he was at his home after he was discharged from the hospital after undergoing an operation to remove a hematoma in the brain.
Maradona was rushed over the past days to Olivos Hospital from La Plata Hospital, in which he had been since Monday, suffering from anemia, where tests revealed the presence of a hematoma in his brain.
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Falleció el histórico jugador argentino a los 60 años de edad. Según primeras informaciones habría muerto por causa de un fallo cardiorrespiratorio.
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Maradona is one of the legends of football in the world, but the life of the Argentine legend was punctuated by many health problems, some of which almost claimed his life.
In 2000, Maradona suffered a heart attack after a drug overdose in the coastal city of Punta del Este, after which he underwent long treatment in Cuba.
Although Maradona (60 years), who won the World Cup in 1986 with Argentina, confirmed several times that he had not used cocaine for years, now he is addicted to alcohol, according to those close to him and the media.