The king of the ball fell to Maradona and died of sudden heart attack at the age of 60

The king of the ball fell! Argentina officials say Maradona died of a cardiac arrest at the age of 60

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On November 26, Beijing time, according to foreign media horn news, the ball king Maradona rescue was invalid, at the age of 60. After that, the Argentine national team officially announced the bad news. Maradona underwent a hematoma operation on 12 this month. It was reported that the operation was successful and Maradona was discharged from home for recuperation. Now, the news of Maradona’s death is indeed surprising and shocking.

Maradona is recognized as the king of the ball. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 30, 1960. His career started in South America and reached the peak of his career in Europe. Maradona is considered the greatest football player of the 20th century.

Maradona has a rich career history and in October 1975 Maradona completed his first debut in Argentina’s Serie A. Two years later Maradona led Argentina to win the world youth football championship. In 1978, he became the youngest best striker in Argentina’s Serie A history. In July 1982, Maradona moved to Barcelona, the Spanish team.

Maradona joined the Italian Napoli team with a record transfer fee of $7.5 million in July 1984 and won the first place in Napoli in 1987. In june1986, Maradona led Argentina to win the world cup. In July 1990, Argentina led by Maradona won the second place in the World Cup final.

 

On 29 October 1997, Diego Maradona officially announced his retirement.

Maradona was the head coach of Argentina’s national team on November 5, 2008. On July 28, 2010, the Argentine Football Association officially announced that Maradona would no longer be the head coach of Argentina’s national team.

Major honors of Maradona:

1986 World Cup champion

1990 World Cup runner up

Won the first place in Naples in 1987

 

Won the World Youth Football Championship in 1979

 

In 2001, he was named “best player of the 20th century”

By Ethan

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