Diego Maradona, Argentina football player legend turns 60 years Today, although the Argentina and Napoli idol seem to have packed in enough action in his six decades to fill 10 regular lives.


Diego Maradona mesmerizes, generates love around him. Emotions spring up in his past and also his present as he turns 60. They greet him from all over the world.

Back in his homeland where he was born, he was idolized as a god,

To the point that a group of fans created the Church of Maradona in devotion to him.

At age of 25, he practically dragged Argentina to World Cup glory in Mexico.

In the quarter-final against England, he exhibited the devil in him and his genius after scoring his first goal with his hand.

Later, embarked on a mazy run, bamboozling the England defense to score one of the greatest goals in World Cup history today.

Meanwhile, Diego Maradona is still regarded by many as the greatest footballer today.

On the pitch, Maradona is best known for motivating Argentina to glory at the 1986 World Cup finals.

For 34 years in Mexico, There has never been a better series of performances from one player than Maradona.

His natural talents started at a very young age after scoring five good goals in the 1986 World Cup.

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Maradona Diego is regarded as the greatest football player of all time in history.

From the Buenos Aires slums, El Diego has truly become one of the most recognizable faces on the planet.

Rivaling Pele, Ronaldo, and Lionel Messi as the greatest football of all time, and definitely the most charismatic.

Diego Maradona has been idolized and hated, lived in both poverty and riches.

Only true legends have full names used to Appreciate their greatness.

The likes of Elvis Aaron and everyone that knows Diego Armando Maradona

Messi said: “since have started my career as a footballer, I have never come within a million Maradona. In terms of sustained brilliance on the football pitch.”

But in terms of impact, there will always be a difference.

In 1982, his fame has escalated beyond his home country. Yet in terms of memorable moments, not many footballers players have delivered like the” Golden boy” Diego Armando Maradona.

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