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Hours After Maradona Died, See The Orders President Of Argentina Gave To All Citizens

As claimed by reports from several verified news outlet and sources, The Legendary Argentina's Diego Maradona has died at the age of 60.

The ex Barcelona, Boca Juniors, Napoli and Argentina's forward had a successful surgery or a subdural hematoma, commonly known as blood clot on the brain, however several verified reports claimed that the 60 years old icon has passed on wednesday, November 25.

According to a report by Reuters, The Sun, The BBC, The Daily Mail and several other sources Diego Maradona died after battling and suffering from a cardiac arrest, the soccer legend had a heart attack at his home in Tigre just some weeks following his dischargment from the hospital.

(police van carrying Diego Maradona's body, Source: Reuters)

President Alberto Fernandez have declared three days of national mourning for Diego Maradona, who died at home of heart attack after battling and facing series of health problems.

In Buenos Aires, football fans and lovers laid bouquet of flowers near Diego Maradona's former club, that is Boca Juniors. While others gathered at San Andreas neighborhood where Maradona lived in the nearby city of La plata where he had been a technical director for local team Gimnasia y Esgrima.


Rest In Perfect Peace!


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