Argentina has declared three days of national mourning, after the country lost one of the world's greatest soccer stars, Diego Maradona.
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Argentina soccer legend Diego Maradona has died at the age of 60,… after suffering a heart attack .
The news comes just several weeks after he underwent brain surgery.
Argentina's president designated three days of national mourning and tweeted "You took us to the top of the world. You made us immensely happy."
Fans and players are paying tribute to someone, who had been worshipped as a footballing "god".
"I always admired him. As a player, he gave us everything. I believe that there is no Argentine who says that he didn't give us anything. He gave us a world championship and Maradona gave us many things as a player."
Maradona rose as one of the greatest soccer players, when he lead Argentina's victory in 1986 World Cup.
But later in his life, he battled health issues and years of drug and alcohol addiction.