FIVE THINGS YOU DO NOT KNOW ABOUT THE DEATH OF DIEGO MARADONA
Diego Maradona’s death: Diego Maradona is an accomplished Argentine footballer, that was born on the 30th of October, 1960. Diego Maradona played for the Argentine national team and which he was the captain of the team, when he led them to victory in the 1986 World Cup.
In that tournament, Diego Maradona played a vital role to the success of the team, in a quarter final against England he scored two goals which were quite remarkable.
One of the goals Diego Maradona scored against England was termed ‘Hand of God’, which was unrealized hand foul while the other was termed ‘Goal of the Century’ in which he dribbled almost five England defendants from 60 metres away and scored.
However, the 1999 World Cup of Diego Maradona was cut short, because he tested positive to a drug known as ‘Ephedrine’ and which led to his suspension.
Diego Maradona at a time managed the Argentina National Team from 2008 to 2010, but which he was latter relieved of his duties, when he there was no agreement for contract extension with Argentina national board.
Sadly, on the 25th day of November, 2020, Diego Maradona died in Buenos Aires.
However, there have been plethora of reasons attributed to Diego Maradona’s death (the great Argentine Football Legend)
- Diego Maradona had a Blood Clot on the Brain at the start of November: it is pertinent to mention., that at the beginning of November, the famous Football legend while serving as the head coach of Argentine Primera division side, Gimnadis de las plata was admitted on the premise of a blood clot in the brain.
- Diego Maradona complained of Fatigue and low Spirit on the 2nd of November: on the second November, Diego Maradona complained heavily of tiredness and low spirit, which was discarded as unserious by the representatives of the Super Star. However, he was later admitted at LA Plata Clinic.
- Diego Maradona had to Undergo a Successful Surgery: Due to the blood clot in the brain of Football Legend Diego Maradona, he had to undergo surgery to correct the blood clot in the brain and which was successful after the completion, which he somehow regained his strength back.
- Diego Maradona suffered from a Cardiac Arrest: it is pertinent to mention, that after the surgery, in which he was discharged as an outpatient and also placed under the supervision of doctors and nurses, the football legend was recuperating in Tigre, Northern Buenos Aires, he however, suffered from a severe heart attack, which was believed to have snuffed the life out of the football legend.
- Autopsy carried out by the Argentine Government to know the Cause of Death: Nevertheless, after the death of Deigo Maradona, soul vestige of foul play was suspected, which called or autopsy and in which was declared by the San Isdro Attorney- General in the person of John Broyad, that Diego Maradona died from natural causes, specifically, cardiac arrest and no atom of foul play was observed in the course of the autopsy. It is important to add that the autopsy was carried out at San Fernando Hospital.