Maradona’s health condition is in decline. The Gimnasia La Plata coach was rushed to the hospital on November 3, three days after his 60th birthday, and underwent brain surgery after a blood clot was found. (Read also Maradona Dies, Soccer World Grieves)
Maradona was finally discharged from the hospital on November 12 after a successful operation. But the hand of God’s goalscorer finally had to breathe his last breath due to a heart attack.
Maradona is predicted to be the best Soccer of all time. Even the Argentine public has more applauds the former Napoli striker than Lionel Messi.
Maradona’s name rose with Napoli in the mid-1980s and helped the Partenopei to the Serie A title in 1986–1987 and 1989–1990. Maradona also helped Argentina to the World Cup in 1986. (Read also Argentine Soccer Legend Maradona Died of a Heart Attack)
After retiring in 1997, Maradona stepped away from the world that made her name. But he returned to Soccer in 2008 to take charge of the Argentina national team.
Maradona led Argentina at the 2010 World Cup. However, they were eliminated in the quarter-finals after losing 4-0 to Germany.