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Argentina celebrates Maradona one yr after his loss of life

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Diego Maradona

Argentina marked the one-year anniversary of the loss of life of soccer legend Diego Maradona on Thursday with ceremonies, tributes, graffiti murals and emotional messages on social media.
Maradona died of a coronary heart assault on the age of 60 after having mind surgical procedure two weeks earlier. Seven well being professionals who tended to the star are going through legal expenses after a medical report mentioned Maradona didn’t obtain ample remedy.
“The world has been more horrible for a year because you are not here,” Maradona’s eldest daughter Dalma wrote on Instagram.
Maradona’s youngest son, 8-year-old Diego Fernando, visited his father’s grave within the Jardín de Bella Vista non-public cemetery.

Hoy se cumple un año de tu partida física 😭.
Tu recuerdo imborrable quedará siempre los corazones de los argentinos 🇦🇷
¡Te extrañamos, Diego! #Eterno
— Selección Argentina 🇦🇷 (@Argentina) November 25, 2021
“I came so Dieguito said hi to his father,” his mom Verónica Ojeda instructed journalists.
One of Maradona’s brothers, Raul Alfredo, additionally visited the grave of the World Cup winner, who performed for Argentinos Juniors, Boca Juniors, Barcelona, Napoli, Sevilla and Newell’s Old Boys.
Maradona’s 4 sisters attended a spiritual mass.

#DiegoEterno 💙🤍
Regó de gloria este suelo… y nuestro cielo para siempre 🙌
A un año de tu paso a la inmortalidad. Jamás te vamos a olvidar 🥺
— Selección Argentina 🇦🇷 (@Argentina) November 25, 2021
Argentina’s nationwide group additionally marked the event on social media with the message: “It has been one year since you became immortal. We will never forget you.”
The nation’s soccer affiliation mentioned the subsequent spherical of the home championship will happen after gamers collectively type a quantity 10 on the pitch earlier than every match.
Fans additionally gathered for tributes at websites devoted to the Argentine nice.