Maradona the king of Football History

Memories are ever happier. Sometimes it hurts again. The life of football legend Diego Maradona is also a mixture of happiness and sorrow. His life was not a straight path. Ever scored goals on the football field and flooded the fans. Ever since the controversial act has become the food of people's laughter. However, in the midst of various controversies, Maradona is a special name for football fans.

On this day last year, the magic of football, Maradona, took the world by surprise. Football fans spent a year without one of the stars of the best footballers of all time.

On November 25, 2020, Maradona passed away from a life full of ups and downs after suffering a heart attack., a football-based website, has highlighted 60 aspects of the thrilling career of the Argentine superstar. Let's take a look at:

1. Diego Maradona was born on October 30, 1970 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2. He has scored 34 goals in 91 appearances for the Argentine national team.

3. Maradona has played four World Cups for the country.

4. Before joining Barcelona, ​​Maradona won the Boca Juniors League Championship in 1982. Moved from Barcelona to Napoli in 1984. The Italian club won two Serie A titles from 1986 to 1990.

5. Maradona holds the record for most matches played as a captain in a World Cup. He led Argentina in 17 matches.

. He played a total of 21 matches for Argentina in the World Cup.

. He made his professional football debut for Argentinos Juniors on October 20, 1986 at the age of 15.

. He was part of the Argentina team that won the 1989 Youth World Cup in Japan.

9. Maradona made his Argentina jersey debut at the age of 18 against Hungary on February 26, 1986 at the Bombonera Stadium in Buenos Aires.

10. Maradona has Che Guevara on his arm and Fidel Castro has a tattoo on his left leg.

11. Maradona holds the record for most fouls in a World Cup. Maradona was fouled 53 times in the 1986 World Cup in Mexico.

12. Maradona also holds the record for most fouls in a World Cup match. He was fouled 23 times in the 1982 World Cup match against Italy.

13. Under Maradona's captaincy, Argentina beat West Germany 3-2 to win the 198 World Cup.

14. Maradona won the Golden Ball in recognition of his outstanding performance at the 1986 Games.

15. Maradona scored in the quarter-finals against England in the 1986 World Cup. The goal is known as the 'Hand of God'.

16. In 1986, he won the Serie A title for Napoli. He repeated the same success in 1990. He also won the UEFA Cup in 1989.

16. Maradona played only two matches at the 1994 United States World Cup. See the net against Greece. After that he had to drop out as he failed to pass the dope test.

16. Maradona married Claudio Viafan on November 8, 1989 in Buenos Aires. They separated in 2004.

19. In 2005, Maradona started a talk show on an Argentine television. Pel was a guest on his first show.

20. In October 2006, Maradona took over as Argentina's national team coach.

21. Under Maradona, Argentina beat Bolivia 6-1 in a World Cup qualifier. Which touches the previous record of the highest lightning rate. He was banned for two matches for making bad comments about the match.

22. Maradona made his debut as Argentina's coach on 19 November 2006. Argentina beat Scotland 1-0 in that match at Hampden Park.

23. On June 22, 2010, Maradona criticized FIFA for criticizing the World Cup ball 'Jubilani'.

24. During a press conference during the knockout stages of the 2010 World Cup, Maradona jumped (over the security wall) and hugged his former Napoli teammate Salvatore Bagni.

25. After Argentina's exit from the 2010 World Cup, Maradona kept Lionel Messi under wraps.

26. Former teammate Jose Valdano said of Maradona in 2006, "He is a man many people want to imitate, a controversial figure he loves, hates, who has moved him, especially in Argentina."

26. The Argentine Football Association (AFA) has requested FIFA to retire the number 10 jersey, which FIFA has denied.

26. The Argentine juniors have named their stadium Estadio Diego Armando Maradona.

29. After losing to England in the quarter-finals of the 1986 World Cup, Maradona said: "It was as if we had lost a country that was more than just football."

30. In 1997, Maradona stated, "I was, I am and I will always be addicted to drugs. Drug addicts have to deal with it every day. '

31. FIFA decided in 2000 to announce the best footballer of the new century. Pel ও and Maradona were jointly recognized as the best of the century.

32. When asked about the best XI in 1990, Argentina coach Carlos Billardo made a famous statement - "Maradona and the other 10."

33. In 2005, Maradona was made vice president of Boca Juniors. He resigned a year later.

34. Serbian filmmaker Emir Kusturicha made a documentary about Maradona. It was screened at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.

35. Former England coach Sir Bobby Robson said in 1986 that "Arsenal could win the World Cup with Maradona."

36. Former England defender Phil Nell saw 18-year-old Maradona in 1986 and said, "This guy is incredible, the best I've ever seen."

36. In 1997, fans in Buenos Aires started the Church of Maradona.

36. Maradona scored the second dazzling goal against England four minutes after the 'Hand of God' goal.

39. The French show Les Guigales de l'Info has a puppet resembling Maradona.

40. Maradona has a great friendship with Cuban leader Raul Castro.

41. Maradona had to leave Napoli in 1991 after failing a drug test for cocaine.

42. Refusing to attend the opening ceremony of the 2006 World Cup in Germany, Maradona said: "I'm not there to see Pel করছে wandering around.

43. When the war of words broke out, Maradona, who had failed to coach the national team, was stabbed.

44. Italian authorities said in 2009 that Maradona owed 36 million euros. The figure reached that level with more than half the interest on the original debt.

45. Maradona's goal per match in the domestic club competition is zero point 526.

46. Maradona is the fifth highest scorer in Argentina. He is followed by Lionel Messi, Gabriel Batistuta, Sergio Aguero and Hernan Crespo.

46. The Scottish fan group The Tartan Army praised Maradona for beating neighboring England in the 1986 World Cup.

46. "All players have straight legs," Maradona said of the 1998 World Cup. They are like RoboCup. They need more lubricant (oil) than massage. '

49. In 2006, The IIMSAM named Maradona their Goodwill Ambassador.

50. In a 1997 book about Maradona, Argentine psychologist and author Gustavo Bernstein said, "Maradona is our ultimate example."

51. Maradona has twice broken the transfer fee record as the only player in football history.

52. In the eyes of Franco Baresi and Paolo Maldini, Maradona is the toughest opponent.

53. Only Maradona and Messi have won the Golden Ball at the FIFA World Cup and the FIFA U-20 World Cup.

54. On August 17, 2015, Maradona met with Tunisian referee Ali bin Nasser and presented him with his signed Argentine jersey.

55. In 2000, Maradona published his autobiography, "I Am the Diego."

57. The Argentina-based Connex Foundation awarded Maradona the Diamond Connex Prize in 1990.

57. Maradona smashed the car window of the intruding photographer.

57. Bob Wilson said, "He's a flawed genius, a genius that's gone."

59. Maradona was applauded by his opponents for dribbling against Real Madrid.

60. Maradona led Napoli to the 1989-90 Serie A title, teaming up with Bruno Giordino and Carreca.

61. At just 16 years old, Maradona did not get a place in the 1986 World Cup squad.

72. The biopic Maradona was released in 2019.

63. Authorities erected a statue of his "Goal of the Century" at the entrance to the Azteca Stadium to pay their respects to Maradona.

64. Legally, Maradona is the father of two children. He once said of fatherhood, "My legitimate children are Dalma and Giannina. The rest is money and the result of mistakes. '

65. In December 2006, Maradona presented his signature jersey in support of the Iranian people.

. In April 2013, Maradona met with Hugo Chavez, who later became Venezuela's president.

. Film director Kusturika once said of Maradona, "I'm sure he would have been a revolutionary if he hadn't been a footballer."

. Maradona has been linked with legendary players in FIFA '18 and Pro Evolution Soccer 2016.

69. Despite the dichotomy between Argentina and Brazil, Diego Costa, of Brazilian descent, was added to pay homage to Maradona.

60. Maradona is featured in the music video for the song "Waka Waka" sung by Shakira on the occasion of the 2010 World Cup. -Its Incredibly Sporting . our main focus provide more in-depth sports related information to all internet user . Primary we focus on cricket & football . in near future we will provide all sports related information

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