Diego Armando Maradona was one of the Most Popular & Legendary Professional Football players who glorified his talent in front of the whole world. Maradona Played in 4 FIFA World Cups, He earned 91 caps and scored 34 goals, in his international career with Argentina.
Diego Maradona Born on 30 – October – 1960 and died on 25 November 2020 at the age of 60, at his home, as per our information Maradona suffered Heart Attack.
Diego Played Professional Football for Argentinian Football teams from 1976 to 1997, he also played for the Argentinian national team from 1977 to 1979 Argentina Under 20 National Team & from 1977 to 1999 Argentinian Senior Teams.
He also worked as a Manager of many Football teams from the year 1994 to 2020.
A Consistent performing Football Player needs so much energy Physical & Mental Strength to perform with excel in the match and Diego was one among them who takes so much care about his fitness.
Diego participated in 328 Football Matches in his career where he scored 150 Goals and 29 Goal Assists, and his entire career he receives only one 2nd Yellow Card and 1 Red Card for Fault Play during his entire career and that itself is an impressive record for such a legendary player like him.
As a Crucial game player, he has faced many injured including Right & Left Hand, Foot Ankle injury which was the main target of his opponents while he was playing. He was having heart problems and had faced 3 Heart Strokes the third one was deadliest for him and on 25th November 2020 he died from a Heart Attack just after his Brain Tumor Surgery.
Diego is called a “Hand of Good” in the football world, and we salute this Glorious and Talented Player for his contribution to the Football world.
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