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Messi and Ronaldo expressed their grief over the departure of Maradona

Two statues of the contemporary football village used the word “immortal” to express their admiration and mourning over the sudden departure of Diego Maradona.

Information that is most interested by live football viewers at this moment is nothing but legend Diego Maradona who died last night after a heart attack. Throughout the history of the sport of kings, Maradona has always been regarded as one of the best and greatest. He also became the endless inspiration for digital shorts dreams of many generations of players later.

Not only the Argentinian, but also famous football stars are deeply saddened by the sudden departure of Maradona. In particular, the two best superstars in the world in the past decade, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, have had their experiences about this.

On the personal page, the player who is rated as “descendant” of Maradona – Lionel Messi shares the emotional state:

“A really sad day for the football world and for Argentina. He was truly gone, but he will live forever because Diego is eternal, eternal. I will never forget the wonderful moments I have been privileged to spend with Diego. My condolences to his family and friends. RIP. “

Meanwhile, the Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo also shared a few words on his personal page with a picture he was taken with Maradona in black and white:

“Today, I bid farewell to a special friend, and the football world bids farewell to an eternal legend. Diego truly is a gift of God and a most wonderful man. He is a mage with a ball. Sadly, he left too soon, but the legacy he left behind will forever endure and never be filled. Please rest in peace, humans are never forgotten. “

Besides Messi and Ronaldo, many other football stars and former players such as Memphis Depay, Marcelo, David Beckham, Iniesta, Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Gareth Bale have all posted tribute status to the Golden Boy of the day that he moved to another soccer team in heaven.