Gorgeous Moments from Football legend Diego Maradona’s Life

Russia's President Vladimir Putin
Diego Armando Maradona
The citizens of Naples
A mural of Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona
LAST PICTURE Maradona death comes just three weeks after he underwent surgery on a blood clot in his brain (pictured), and less than a month after he turned 60
Maradona's Hand of God was responsible for England's elimination from the 1986 World Cup
Maradona has a first dance with his wife Claudia at the Luna Park in Buenos Aires in November 1989. The pair were officially married in 1984
Diego Maradona and Claudia Villafane stand in front of the altar during their wedding ceremony at Santisimo Sacramento Church in 1989
Maradona playing around with his shoes on his wedding night with Claudia in Buenos Aires in 1989
Maradona with his wife Claudia and one of their daughters
Maradona with wife Claudia and their daughters Ganina and Dalma in Seville, Spain, in 1992
Maradona with his wife Claudia at Massimo Casanova's birthday party in Milan, Italy, in August 2003
Russia's President Vladimir Putin talks to Argentinian retired striker Diego Maradona (L-R) ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup final draw at the State Kremlin Palace
Maradona and his most recent girlfriend Rocio Oliva (left) posing with the viral steak chef Salt Bae
Maradona, left, greets Pope Francis in the Paul VI hall at the Vatican, ahead of an inter-religious match for peace in September 2014
Maradona dancing on an Italian TV show in 2005
Argentinian national soccer team head coach Diego Maradona (C) greets schoolchildren during a visit to Kgotlelelang Primary School in Winterveldt, north of Pretoria, South Africa, 19 January 2010
Argentinian football player Diego Maradona (C) is kissed by his daughters Giannina (L) and Dalma as he arrives to attend the screening of Serbian director Emir Kusturica's documentary film
Argentinian ex soccer star Diego Armando Maradona (L) talks to Cuban President Fidel Castro, before recording Maradona's TV program The 10's Night in Havana 27 October 2005
The citizens of Naples have headed out to the streets in silence to pay respects to Maradona
A mural of Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona is seen in the Spanish Quarter of Naples after the announcement of his death, in Naples, Italy, November 25, 2020
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LAST PICTURE Maradona death comes just three weeks after he underwent surgery on a blood clot in his brain (pictured), and less than a month after he turned 60
Maradona's Hand of God was responsible for England's elimination from the 1986 World Cup
Maradona has a first dance with his wife Claudia at the Luna Park in Buenos Aires in November 1989. The pair were officially married in 1984
Diego Maradona and Claudia Villafane stand in front of the altar during their wedding ceremony at Santisimo Sacramento Church in 1989
Maradona playing around with his shoes on his wedding night with Claudia in Buenos Aires in 1989
Maradona with his wife Claudia and one of their daughters
Maradona with wife Claudia and their daughters Ganina and Dalma in Seville, Spain, in 1992
Maradona with his wife Claudia at Massimo Casanova's birthday party in Milan, Italy, in August 2003
Russia's President Vladimir Putin talks to Argentinian retired striker Diego Maradona (L-R) ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup final draw at the State Kremlin Palace
Maradona and his most recent girlfriend Rocio Oliva (left) posing with the viral steak chef Salt Bae
Maradona, left, greets Pope Francis in the Paul VI hall at the Vatican, ahead of an inter-religious match for peace in September 2014
Maradona dancing on an Italian TV show in 2005
Argentinian national soccer team head coach Diego Maradona (C) greets schoolchildren during a visit to Kgotlelelang Primary School in Winterveldt, north of Pretoria, South Africa, 19 January 2010
Argentinian football player Diego Maradona (C) is kissed by his daughters Giannina (L) and Dalma as he arrives to attend the screening of Serbian director Emir Kusturica's documentary film
Argentinian ex soccer star Diego Armando Maradona (L) talks to Cuban President Fidel Castro, before recording Maradona's TV program The 10's Night in Havana 27 October 2005
The citizens of Naples have headed out to the streets in silence to pay respects to Maradona
A mural of Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona is seen in the Spanish Quarter of Naples after the announcement of his death, in Naples, Italy, November 25, 2020
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