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FIFA World Cup 2018: Diego Maradona treated by paramedics after falling ill while cheering Argentina’s victory

FIFA World Cup 2018: Diego Maradona treated by paramedics after falling ill while cheering Argentina’s victory: Paramedics are inclined to Argentina legend Diego Maradona post he fell ill after cheering for his nation because his teammates scored late against Nigeria in order to stay in the World Cup on Tuesday, as per a media reports.

Maradona, 57, had been seen somehow emotional during the match in Saint Petersburg that Argentina which was touted as to win the stay in the tournament.

When Marcos Rojo scored the winning goal in the 86th minute, Maradona also takes the front of the VIP box from where he was watching with friends that made a one-fingered salute while shouting an obscene insult.

A video afterward emerged showing the 1986 World Cup winner looking unwell, walking with difficulty and being guided into the dining room which is of the VIP section by two friends and then sitting in a chair.

Other photographs display 2 uniformed paramedics attending to him, with the one appearing to take his beat and throb anyway.

As per the Argentina media reported that Maradona had suffered a spike in his blood pressure anyway for the game.

As per an Argentinian newspaper, Ole reported that Maradona was able to walk and was also able to reach his hotel though.

Maradona has had a series of health problems, which is consists of the cocaine addiction also as per 2007, report, he came close to death in that year.