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Death of Diego Maradona: our international press review

2020-11-27T08:56:25.852Z

From Argentina to Germany, from the United States to Italy, from Spain to England, the international press unanimously hailed the disappearance of the Argentinian champion. In Argentina, Cronica on a black background runs “AD10S” with the famous Argentine No.10 marching on the scintillating World Cup ....



From Argentina to Germany, from the United States to Italy, from Spain to England, the international press unanimously hailed the disappearance of the Argentinian champion.

In Argentina,

Cronica

on a black background is running “AD10S” with the famous Argentina No.10 marching on the scintillating World Cup.

“There will be no comparable,” says

Clarin

.

In Venezuela “Maradona lost his last match”

El Nacional

poster

.

In Peru,

El Comercio

salutes “Maradona the Eternal”.

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In Spain,

ABC

exhibits a giant photo of the 1986 world champion on the day of the coronation in Mexico City with the title: "Diego".

This Maradona that all football lovers appropriated.

“D1OS ha muerto” (God is dead) for

As

in a sublime montage.

“AD1OS” for

Mundo Deportivo

.

“D10S is already in paradise” for

Sport

.

"Goodbye Maradona, legend of world football, god of the Argentines and icon of the 20th century", for

La Vanguardia

when

Marca

puts forward a sentence of the Argentinian strategist as epitaph: "If I die, I want to be reborn and I want to be a footballer .

And I want to be Diego Armando Maradona again.

I am a player who has given people joy.

It's enough for me. ”

“A football god.

The Argentinian star has had a legendary career and a life of excess, ”recalls

El Pais

.

In Germany, Die Welt ensures: "Goodbye to a hero".

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In England, "Millions of people mourn the death of Maradona" hangs the

Times

headline under a photo of Diego Maradona "the Argentine genius considered by many to be the greatest player of all time" perched on shoulders proudly waving the Cup of the world in 1986. The

Daily Telegraph

puts a phrase from Pelé "football has lost a legend" on a poster of the Argentine.

For the

Daily Express

, Maradona is "in the hands of God", a reference to the legendary 1986 World Cup quarter-final.

The Independent

recalling "the imperfect genius."

In Italy, the

Corriere della Sera

salutes "The rebellious genius who made football more beautiful".

“AD10S” takes over

Il Messaggero

.

La Repubblica

poses "Diego Maradona 1960-2020", with a photo of the 1986 World Cup immortalizing the Argentinian with his arms crossed.

La Gazzetta dello Sport

dedicating its front page to the “death of the God of football”.

"Thank you" headlines

Il Matino

"Farewell to Maradona the king of football".

In the United States, “Football pays tribute to the brilliant Argentinian who died at the age of 60” pin the

Financial Times

.

In France,

L'Equipe

headlines “Dieu est mort”,

Liberation

“Céleste” and

L'Humanité

“Adios companero”. 

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