Diego Maradona suffered a heart attack weeks after he left hospital for bleed on his brain and died at his home according to his Lawyer.
The Argentina football legend won the FIFA World Cup with the Argentinian National Team in 1986. Maradona was famed for his involvement on the pitch that saw the Three Lions of England bowed out of the tourney through a goal notoriously known as ‘Hand of God.’
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Maradona who after retirement from football battled with alcohol and drug addiction was widely regarded as one of the greatest football player of all time on the field, a title he has fiercely contested with Brazilian legend, Pele.
According to report, he was discharge from the hospital to recover at his home three weeks ago after a successful surgery on a blood clot in his brain. And it was there that he later died.
Maradina’s footballing career spanned many years across different club sides in his native America and Europe. He turned out for for Barcelona, Sevilla, Boca Juniors and Newell’s Old Boys and he was most recently manager of Gimnasia y Esgrima in La Plata, Argentina.
He also managed the Argentinian national team at the South Africa World Cup in 2010.