"May the soccer legend rest in peace": celebrities say their last goodbye to Diego Maradona


By CAPosts 25 November, 2020 - 03:48pm 283 views

On November 25th, the death of Diego Armando Maradona at age 60 and after suffering a cardiorespiratory arrest will be remembered by Argentines. The world is shocked by the departure of the soccer star

Queen joined the world mourning and expressed its condolences for the death of the Argentine idol . Through Twitter, the legendary British band shared a photograph of the memory when all its members were in their youth, including the Argentine star.

"May soccer legend Diego Maradona rest in peace," they wrote along with the photograph taken by Neal Preston . In the image you can see Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon and Roger Taylor (members of Queen) along with Diego Armando Maradona, who wore a T-shirt with the flag of Great Britain.

Ricky Martin joined the long list of personalities who mourn the death of Diego Armando Maradona on social networks. The Puerto Rican singer shared a black and white photo with the soccer legend, whom he fired on his Twitter profile. “Fly high friend. A star is leaving us. We will miss you ”, was the message that the singer of Puerto Rican origin used next to the image that was quickly filled with likes and comments.

Spanish singer-songwriter Joaquín Sabina also expressed his sadness over Maradona's death,“ Maradona? Maradona sang with me and with my bowler hat, he sang from top to bottom "And they gave us ten o'clock", at the Gran Rex Theater ... and he sang it, he didn't let me sing anything ... "Rest in peace Diego Armando Maradona, wrote in a first message.

Then he sent another tweet: “Great player, he blows balls, friend of Fidel, my brother, crazy, sick, bastard, libero in the zone. Blessed are the heels of your boots, bless your recipe against the cold, hand of God, blessed Maradona ".

And then added in another message:" He always supported and defended him, always with Maradona, even when almost everyone got off the ship. "Whatever he does, I'm with him." Goodbye Diego Armando Maradona.

Sabina accompanied the messages with some photos with Diego that quickly got the reactions of the fans.

On the other hand, the Italian singer Eros Ramazzoti also paid his respects with a photo by his side :. “Goodbye brother, no one like you.”

Following in the world of music celebrities such as reggaeton J Balvin, Alejandro Sanz or Sebastián Yatra took their profiles on Instagram to join the global duel for the death of the soccer legend. Mau and Ricky, Ricardo Montaner's children did the same, ensuring that Diego was their first hero after their father.

Antonio Banderas, Julios Iglesias and Salma Hayek also remembered the former soccer player.

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ives Ricardo Montaner were other Latin stars who shared photos with Maradona and lamented his death.

“I have many thanks, with Argentina, with Fiorito, with Diego for their friendship, for their love of Colombian football, for loving the music of my land and there I was. Friends forever! ", Vives wrote in a video with the Argentine star, while Maluma affirmed" The greatest thing football has ever had is gone. RIP Diego, we are going to miss you a lot, force his family. ”

The renowned Oscar-winning director Taika Waititi shared a video of the player and only wrote:“ Diego ”.

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