Legend international Italian footballer Paolo Rossi dies at 64
Italian star footballer and 1982 World Cup champ Paolo Rossi has passed on at 64 years old. The demise of previous Juventus and AC Milan striker, who won the Golden Boot and Golden Ball in 1982, was reported by Italian TV channel RAI Sports on Thursday. Presently Rossi was related with RAI Sports as a specialist.
Rossi has won two Serie A titles, an European Cup and a Coppa Italia more than four years at Juve. Rossi scored a sum of 20 objectives for the Italian National Team from 1977–1986. He scored 134 objectives in 338 club games. Paolo Rossi was considered as a real part of the best forward of his time. Rossi has played 48 counterparts for Italy.
Footballer star Diego Maradona likewise kicked the bucket
One of the world’s most noteworthy footballers a month ago, Diego Maradona, the legend of Argentina’s triumph in the 1986 World Cup, passed on. Maradona was 60 years of age, with Pelé considered as a real part of the world’s best footballers. For quite a while, he was battling with numerous issues identified with cocaine habit and weight.
Maradona scored an aggregate of 259 objectives in 491 matches. Maradona, who made Argentina the World Cup champ in 1986 and arrived at the last in 1990, scored 34 objectives in 91 worldwide matches. Not just this, in an overview, he had left Pelé behind and asserted the honor of being the ‘best footballer of the twentieth century’. Be that as it may, FIFA changed the guidelines of casting a ballot and regarded both the major parts in the year 2001.