The Death of Maradona is still one of the biggest loss to the sporting world as the former player really had great impact on the sport.
This records aren't easily forgotten and fans across the world have been in tears as they mourn one of their own. Fans in Argentina took to the streets in their numbers to show love for one of their own.
Some were even crying as they took to the streets. Some of the male fans have taken their support for the former Superstar to a whole new level as they had haircuts in memory of Maradona.
Below are images of the haircuts in solidarity with the fallen.
Other people have proposed other ways to immortalise the legend with former Chelsea Coach, Villas Boas proposing a retirement of all jersey number 10 while Football Club, Napoli proposing a rename of their stadium.
Fans Crying after Maradona's Death
Fans in Numbers For the funeral
May the people of Argentina and Football Faithfuls across the globe have the strength to bear the loss.
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