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Vivek Punj | November 26, 2020

Football legend Diego Maradona dies of cardiac arrest at 60

Legendary footballer Diego Maradona has passed away at the age of 60. He had suffered a cardiac arrest at his home on the outskirts of Buenos Aires earlier in the day, his lawyer confirmed. Maradona had reportedly underwent emergeny surgery for subdural haematoma several weeks ago, reported Reuters.

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