- Argentina won the World Cup under the captaincy in 1986
- Argentina represented in four World Cups
- Ranked among the greatest players of the game
Very big and sad news is coming from the sports world. The legendary footballer Diego Maradona has died of a heart attack. His brain surgery was done earlier this month. Blood clots were found in his brain. Then it was said that his alcohol addiction had been treated. Maradona, considered one of the greatest players of the game, played an important role in Argentina’s victory in the 1986 World Cup and this title win made him popular among children around the world. In a statement issued by the Argentine Football Association, the news of the death of our legend player is the biggest sorrow. You will always be in our heart.
One of the all-time greats.
Rest in peace, Diego Maradona. pic.twitter.com/6Bf1gMEUdg
– Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) November 25, 2020
In his club career, Marodna played for Barcelona and Napoli and also gave two club titles to his club, while Maradonane scored 34 goals in 91 matches for Argentina and represented the country in four World Cups and many such outstanding performances and all-time best Goals, whose example will always be given to the next generation. There were many such goals, seeing which the world pressed his finger under the teeth. Maradona also led Argentina to the World Cup final in 1990, where his country suffered defeat at the hands of West Germany, then captained Argentina again in the USA in 1994, but failed in the drug test. After that he had to return home.
Diego Maradona –
“To see the ball, to run after it, makes me the happiest man in the world.” pic.twitter.com/SiVY7gcmSa
– FutbolChelsea (@FutbolCheIsea) November 25, 2020
In the second half of his career, Marodona had to struggle a lot with cocaine addiction and Maradona was banned for 15 years in 1991 after he was found guilty of consuming it. Marodna retired at the age of 37 at the age of 37 in 1997. In 2008, this veteran player was appointed head coach of the national team. Marodna left the post after the 2010 World Cup, when Argentina lost to Germany in the quarter-finals. Marodona was then the coach of the United Arab Emirates and Mexico team.
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