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Poor Country Ornaments And Insignificant Fear Of Death To Love

Poor Country Ornaments

The whole world mourns the passing of Diego Maradona. Many people cannot accept the departure of the prince of football in this way. Every newspaper in the world has a passion for Maradona.

Argentina’s largest newspaper, Clarin, posted a picture of Maradona holding the 1986 World Cup trophy with the headline: “World mourning: Diego Maradona is gone.”

Diego Maradona

It reads, ‘Maradona is late, this sentence is written again and again, but destiny has repeatedly dribbled him out. Today we have to face that sad truth. Maradona will be remembered forever. ‘

Another Argentine newspaper, La Nacion, published an old photo of Maradona playing football with his head. Written with, ‘Thanks Champion’. Journalist Cristiano Grosso writes, ‘Maradona was the jewel of our poor country. He created a world of his own, where the rest lived. Maybe he was tired at the end. Even the wings of the fairies get tired of flying at one time. ‘

He added, ‘Argentina does not exist without Maradona. Maradona and Argentina are synonymous. Not only joy, but he has also stood by the country’s difficult times. “Pagina 12, “wrote,” Maradona is not history. Because he made history. That history has been made with a ball on the left foot. ‘The host of several TV channels cried while reading the news.

Italian newspapers also paid tribute to Maradona. “We saw Maradona,” La Gazzetta Dello Sport wrote in a photo of him kissing at the World Cup. Pictures of teammates on their shoulders after winning the World Cup at the Azteca Stadium

‘TuttoSport’ wrote, ‘Farewell’. Spain’s Marca used Maradona’s words, “I want to be a footballer again when I’m reborn … and I want to be Diego Armando Maradona again.” I am a footballer who has made everyone happy. That’s enough. “

However, the British media has set a bad example.

It is clear from the coverage of Maradona’s death that they could not forget it even after 12,576 days of ‘Hand of God’ Most newspapers have described him as a ‘cheater’. The Daily Mail did not feel the need to cover Maradona’s news on the front page.

Insignificant fear of death to love

The whole world is devastated by the coronavirus. No matter where you look today, the following are two protectionist sentiments. However, the Argentine love for Diego Maradona seems trivial to death.

Diego Maradona

Thousands of Argentines took to the streets of Buenos Aires on Thursday to pay their last respects to the legend. Argentina means Maradona, Maradona means Argentina – that seems to be the proof once again. Maradona, one of the best players in football history, died of a heart attack on Wednesday. To the fans whose identity is ‘Football God’.

Maradona’s body was laid to rest at the Casa Rosada presidential building on Thursday before being buried. Fans paid their last respects to him there. Marcelo Gades, a 52-year-old employee waiting to enter the palace with a rose in his hand, sees no reason not to come, saying, There is no reason not to come here at this time. Maradona did not want to follow the rules. All good and bad, Argentina means Maradona, Maradona means Argentina is true to the whole world.

About 14 million people are infected with coronavirus in Argentina. More than 37,000 died. The country’s government imposed a strict lockdown last March and strict restrictions on educational institutions and travel.. Authorities, however, arranged for sanitizer equipment to be placed at the entrance to the palace.

People marched there, many supporters crowded in front of the entrance. Some were singing and drinking without masks again. Alberto Ugalde, a 55-year-old Argentine physician, fears the spread of coronavirus infection from here.

The whole world is devastated by the coronavirus. No matter where you look today, the following are two protectionist sentiments. However, the Argentine love for Diego Maradona seems trivial to death.

Another Italian legend, Paolo Cesar Maldini, has apologized to legendary footballer Diego Maradona.

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