The medical procedure undergone by the football legend in Argentina due to a blood clot in his brain passed safely • His doctor updated: "Diego handled the operation very well. He is awake and in good condition" • Outside the hospital a crowd gathered to pray for his healing
The operation was successful
Good news from Argentina.
The surgery that Diego Maradona underwent due to a blood clot in his brain ended successfully last night (Tuesday to Wednesday), and he is in good condition.
"The blood clot was treated successfully," Maradona's doctor told Dr. Leopaldo Luca, "Diego handled the surgery very well.
He is awake and in good condition. "
As you may recall, on Monday Maradona was hospitalized at La Plata Hospital in Argentina, just days after celebrating his 60th birthday.
The Gimnasia coach La Plata, who looks particularly hunched over and is not in a healthy state of health last Friday in his team's game, left the pitch after just a quarter of an hour, after barely being able to stand on his feet.
From there he was transferred to Olives Medical Center, and on Tuesday at 20:00 (Argentina time) began the medical procedure which lasted about 80 minutes.
Outside the hospital, Hymnsia fans and other supporters gathered to pray for the medicine of the football legend, calling out his name.
As stated at the successful completion of the surgery, his personal doctor updated said that now Diego will remain under supervision, and the whole situation is under control.
Fans have gathered outside the hospital in Argentina for Diego Maradona, who is scheduled to have surgery for a blood clot on his brain pic.twitter.com/401K70pXwL
- B / R Football (@brfootball) November 3, 2020