Diego Maradona is no more. The former Argentina player and coach died on Wednesday at the age of 60 from cardiac arrest, according to an Argentinian spokesperson. On November 12, Maradona returned home after eight days of hospitalization, following an operation for a hematoma on the head. In recent years, his life had been punctuated by many health problems, some of which were linked to excesses of all kinds which sometimes made him flirt with death. Hero of the Albiceleste in the victorious 1986 World Cup, he was considered by many to be the best footballer in history. Maradona also scored Napoli for life, with whom he won Serie A and the UEFA Cup.