Juan Román Riquelme and his goodbye to Diego Maradona

URGENT: Diego Armando Maradona died at age 60 after suffering a decompensation at his home (Wednesday, November 25, 2020).

Juan roman riquelme reminded Diego Maradona and sent his condolences to the family on the day of his death.

The vice president of Boca Juniors used the Instagram account ‘All About Román10’, the only social network where his official material appears and with a short video with photos of Maradona and an emotional message he paid his tribute.

Juan Román Riquelme’s message:

“No one ever played or will play ball like him. Watching him play was incredibly beautiful. Thanks Diego”

“May he rest in peace. A heartfelt hug to the entire Maradona family”

Further, It was announced that Riquelme himself, estranged from Maradona, called Claudia Villafañe to offer him La Bombonera for farewell, something that could not be specified because the Government of the City of Buenos Aires did not give the go-ahead, according to Diego Monroig, in ESPN.

REPERCUSSIONS:

The pain in Argentine soccer

Ruggeri on ESPN F90: “He made us all happy”

Messi: “He leaves us but does not go away”

Menotti: “I’m done shit”

The whole world fires Diego

Three days of national mourning

Inter-Boca was postponed

OUTSIDE FOOTBALL:

The message of Pope Francis

Figures from all over sport remembered Diego

The world of rugby says goodbye to Maradona

Tennis fires Maradona

THE LIFE OF MYTH:

The Ten at every turn of the decade

Unforgettable phrases

His most controversial moments

He revolutionized TV as a driver

AN EXTRAORDINARY CAREER:

Life and work of the legend

All Maradona Stats

Key dates in Diego’s life

60 figures who played the Ten

ARGENTINA TEAM:

The best moments with the blue and white

“They cut off my legs” at the 1994 World Cup

The ankle of 10 in the 1990 World Cup

The Second Hand of God in Italy ’90

The experience as coach of the Albiceleste

ARGENTINOS JUNIORS:

From the Cebollitas to debut

The presentation in First Division

BOCA JUNIORS:

Passing through the love club

The retirement of football in a Superclásico

NAPOLI:

He came as a man and he left as God

The mayor of Naples wants the San Paolo to be called Maradona

BARCELONA:

The day they broke Maradona

NEWELL’S:

The passage through Leprosy

SEVILLE:

The rebirth of the idol