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Diego Armando Maradona died: the world premiere of Clarín, in the international media

2020-11-26T13:29:38.270Z

With disbelief, the most prestigious portals echoed the death of the soccer star at age 60.11/25/2020 1:40 PM Clarín.com sports Updated 11/25/2020 1:46 PM Seconds after Clarín confirmed the death of Diego Armando Maradona due to a cardiorespiratory arrest, the main world media echoed the news and expressed pain and shock at the death of the star. The newspaper As of Spain was one of the first to publish the news. "Clarín announces the death of Maradona," he titled, with a photo of Die



11/25/2020 1:40 PM

  • Clarín.com

  • sports

Updated 11/25/2020 1:46 PM

Seconds after

Clarín

confirmed the death of Diego Armando Maradona due to a cardiorespiratory arrest, the main world media echoed the news and expressed pain and shock at the death of the star.

The newspaper As of Spain was one of the first to publish the news.

"Clarín announces the death of Maradona," he titled, with a photo of Diego lifting the World Cup in Mexico 86.

Marca, also from Spain, reported his death on the front page.

"Maradona is dead." 

The cover of Marca.

In Italy, where Maradona was an idol with Napoli, the repercussion was immediate.

La Gazzetta Dello Sport, the most prestigious sports newspaper, was forceful: "Maradona died: football mourns the greatest of all."

"The news comes from Argentina, like an icy shower for the world of soccer. Diego Armando Maradona, who turned 60 on October 30, left," they add. 

La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The O Globo portal also confirmed the news through Clarín's information and spoke of the health problems that it had been causing in recent times. 

O Globo, from Brazil, and its owner.

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Source: clarin

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