One of the greatest players in football history, Diego Maradona of Argentina died on Wednesday at the age of 60. He died of a heart attack. Maradona has created a special identity in the world of football based on his game. Maradona made Argentina the champion under his captaincy in the 1986 World Cup.
Two goals scored by him in a match of this tournament are still remembered to date. He scored these goals against England in the quarter-finals. His first goal was in the box with a helping hand in the air. Maradona's goal is known as the Hand of God goal in football history.
His second goal in the match was described by FIFA as the best goal in World Cup history. Argentine great Maradona scored the second goal by punching six England players, including the goalkeeper on the way.