Is Diego Maradona Living or Dead?

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Argentine association football player and manager (1960–2020)

Diego Maradona is ...

Dead
Born 30 Oct 1960 in Lanús
Died 25 Nov 2020 in Dique Luján
Age60 years
Causemyocardial infarction
Height1.65m (5 ft, 4 in)
Correction?
Diego Maradona
Diego Maradona
Diego Maradona celebrates his goal v. Italy at the 1986 FIFA World Cup.

About Diego Maradona

Diego Armando Maradona born on 30 October 1960 in Lanús. He is a citizen of Argentina. He represents Argentina for sport. He died on 25 November 2020 in Dique Luján from a myocardial infarction at age 60 years.

He was an Argentine association football player and manager (1960–2020).

Diego Maradona has had one spouse: Claudia Villafañe. He has three children Dalma Maradona, Giannina Maradona and Diego Sinagra. He has two siblings Raúl Maradona and Hugo Maradona.

Diego Maradona has worked as an association football player, association football manager and actor. He has has won Adidas Golden Ball and L'Équipe Champion of Champions. He played for Newell's Old Boys, A.A. Argentinos Juniors, Napoli, Sevilla FC, FC Barcelona, Boca Juniors, Argentina national under-20 football team and Argentina national football team.

His height is 1.65m (5 ft, 4 in). His handedness is left-handedness.

He is also known as Diego Armando Maradona, Maradona and D10S.

Death

On 2 November 2020, Maradona was admitted to a hospital in La Plata, supposedly for psychological reasons. A representative of the ex-footballer said his condition was not serious. A day later, he underwent emergency brain surgery to treat a subdural hematoma. He was released on 12 November after successful surgery and was supervised by doctors as an outpatient. On 25 November 2020, at the age of 60, Maradona suffered a heart attack and died at his home in Dique Luján, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. Maradona's coffin – draped in Argentina's national flag and three Maradona number 10 jerseys (Argentinos Juniors, Boca Juniors and Argentina) – was lying in state at the Presidential Palace, the Casa Rosada, with mourners filing past his coffin. On 26 November, Maradona's wake, which was attended by tens of thousands of people, was cut short by his family as his coffin was relocated from the rotunda of the Presidential Palace after fans took over an inner courtyard and also clashed with police. The same day, a private funeral service was held and Maradona was buried next to his parents at the Jardín de Bella Vista cemetery in Bella Vista, Buenos Aires.