Muscat: The Argentine football legend Diego Armando Maradona died, Wednesday, at the age of 60, after suffering a sudden heart attack.
The Spanish newspaper Marca announced the death of Argentine legend Diego Maradona, today, Wednesday, after suffering a heart attack.
Diego Armando Maradona suffered a cardiorespiratory arrest Wednesday morning at his home in the San Andres neighborhood of Tigre town.”
Maradona suffered from illness during the past months and was transferred to the hospital two weeks ago before being discharged.
And the British Daily Mail newspaper, according to Argentine media, reported that Diego Maradona had died of a heart attack just two weeks after his discharge from hospital, after receiving treatment for a hemorrhage in his brain.
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