Entertainment Maradona buried in Buenos Aires - Special moments in Naples - Bundesliga commemorates deceased idol

10:25  27 november  2020
10:25  27 november  2020 Source:   90min.de

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Special coverage. Mourners embrace as they wait to see Diego Maradona lying in state outside the presidential palace in Buenos Aires , Argentina, Thursday, Nov. Football superstar Diego Maradona was buried Thursday in a private ceremony, while tens of thousands of fans mourned in the streets of

Maradona led Napoli into a golden era in the club's history when he arrived in southern Italy in 1984, following a turbulent two-year spell in Barcelona. The Argentine went on to become a legend at the unfancied Italian club as the driving force behind a first Scudetto in 1987, a feat they repeated in 1990.

Diego Maradona was buried on Thursday. There was great chaos at the funeral in Buenos Aires. The best number ten in football history received a special honor in Naples. And also in the Bundesliga Maradona will be remembered at the weekend.

Diego Maradona wurde in Buenos Aires beigesetzt | Ricardo Ceppi/Getty Images © Provided by 90min Diego Maradona was buried in Buenos Aires | Ricardo Ceppi / Getty Images

In front of the house in which the body of Maradona was initially stored, thousands of people gathered in the Argentine capital. According to the online portal Olé, the line in front of the house is said to have been up to three kilometers long. And so of course not everyone could say goodbye to their national hero. The mood changed, the police had to use rubber bullets and tear gas.

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BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Nine people were detained on Thursday in the Argentinean capital of Buenos Fans were chanting slogans and singing songs to commemorate Maradona . The great football player was buried at a cemetery in the Bella Vista residential area near Buenos Aires , where

More than one million people are expected to arrive in Buenos Aires over the next two days to pay their respects to football icon Diego Maradona , who passed away on Wednesday after suffering a heart attack.

The love of football equals the love of Diego Armando Maradona. Christian Streich

El último Olé, olé, olé, Diegooo, Dieeegooo #DiegoEterno # AD10S pic.twitter.com/7a1S4XMUdG

- Javier Lanza (@ javierlanza) November 26, 2020

La imagen del día, señores. La Casa Rosada usurpada. ?? pic.twitter.com/7s4ZE1hnJa

- Diego Álzaga Unzué (@atlanticsurff) November 26, 2020

Then Maradona was buried in the cemetery of the Bellavista community in northwest Buenos Aires. Where his parents are already lying.

Hasta siempre, Diego. HASTA SIEMPRE? pic.twitter.com/g16QuYnd8M

- TyC Sports (@TyCSports) November 26, 2020 Naples mourns its hero

In Naples, meanwhile, the SSC players with Maradona jerseys ran onto the field for the Europa League duel against Rijeka (2: 0). The San Paolo stadium now bears Maradona's name. For the former German national player Diego Demme (an international match) it should have been an emotionally very special game. After all, his Italian father named him after the great idol Diego Armando Maradona.

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Tributes poured in Wednesday as the world reacted to the death of Argentine football superstar Diego # Maradona at 60, with fellow footballers, coaches, club owners and politicians paying their respects to one of the game’s greatest ever players.

Diego Maradona died in Buenos Aires on Wednesday at the age of 60 due to heart failure. A few weeks earlier, he was hospitalised and underwent surgery for a blood clot in the brain. Argentina’s President Alberto Fernandez has declared three days of national mourning in honour of the deceased

Diego? # FG31 pic.twitter.com/JxKhIEGxwC

- ghoulam faouzi (@GhoulamFaouzi) November 26, 2020

? #KK ? #Maradona ? #UEL #ForzaNapoliSempre pic.twitter.com/KepqGhTIQ4

- Koulibaly Kalidou (@ kkoulibaly26) November 26, 2020

Before the game, the Napoli players laid flowers in memory of the club's great idol. Numerous fans gathered outside the stadium and started a pyro show. What could not be missing, of course: The pop classic from Opus 'Live is Life' to warm up. Diego Maradona had the best warm-up in football history for that song. Back then, in 1989 in the Munich Olympic Stadium.

DIEGO ??? pic.twitter.com/lNGsbS3dJe

- Lorenzo Insigne (@Lor_Insigne) November 26, 2020

L’omaggio di Lorenzo Insigne e Tommaso Starace a Diego? pic.twitter.com/fHE3ktiIIi

- Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) November 26, 2020 Bundesliga commemorates Diego Maradona

In Germany, too, one of the greatest of all time should be given special consideration at the weekend. In the Bundesliga there will be a minute's silence before the games, the players wear a mourning ribbon.

"The love for football equals the love for Diego Armando Maradona", said Freiburg's head coach Christian Streich perfectly.

Remembering Diego Maradona, a leftie on the field — and in politics .
While Diego Maradona never ran or held public office, his success on the field, larger-than-life personality and friendships with leftist leaders connected him to political life in Argentina and across Latin America over more than three decades. “Fútbol is practically our religion. It’s impossible to separate Argentina from fútbol,” said Patricio Eleisegui, a fan from Argentina who last week visited Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca, the site of the 1986 England game. “Maradona was a representation of all our dreams.

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