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The best tattoos in honor of Diego Maradona

Diego Maradona rests in peace, but lives in the people. Even, not only in the head, if not that in some cases, also in his skin. Which players have he tattooed?

Diego Maradona
Diego Maradona

Diego Armando Maradona, with a ball at his feet, was encouraged to transcend the superficial and the borders. So much so that it remained indelible on the skin of thousands of citizens and dozens of footballers. We review the five tattoos that went viral on the skin of a couple, of a soccer player.

- Santiago Ascacibar - Hertha Berliner Sport Club

The central midfielder, former Argentine National Team and current Hertha Berliner, tattooed the longest stride of Pelusa's run for the Goal of the Century against the English. Doing school in German lands.

- Agustín Sández - Boca Juniors

The one who debuted this season in Boca Juniors professional football, revealed the tattoo on Maradona's left leg doing his thing with the ball on his head. He will play with a plus all his life.

- Pablo Hernández - Independiente

Despite being a Chilean national, Tucu Hernández - currently an Independiente footballer - had Maradona tattooed on one of his legs, raising the 1986 World Champion trophy. If there was a possibility of returning to the Trans-Andean National Team, it is ruled out. A phenomenon.

- Patricio Monti - Gimnasia LP

Monti, who was directed at Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata by Maradona, and in addition to writing and singing a song about himself, immortalized Pelusa with the Wolf diver in ink and having fun at a press conference. Unforgettable.

- Lorenzo Insgine - Napoli

One of the best footballers of the Italian National Team and the symbol of postmodernity in Naples decided to tattoo an agonizing cry from Maradona for the Gli Azzurri on his left leg. He moved the entire football world with the gesture.

Alexis Almosnino

Digital Sports Journalist received at the university Tea & Deportea in 2016. Specialized in graphic media.+ info

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