All around the world, people are mourning the passing of soccer icon Diego Maradona, who died at the age of 60 on Wednesday.
News of the No. 10's death reverberated across the globe, with newspapers from Argentina to Italy offering their tributes to one of the greatest, most influential figures to have ever graced the game.
During his storied career, Maradona won trophies at Boca Juniors in his native Argentina, Barcelona in Spain and Napoli in Italy. At the international level, he led his country to its second World Cup triumph in 1986.
Front and back pages were devoted to Maradona, and in the sheer breadth of coverage it was plain to see that football has lost a true great.
Here is how Maradona's death was reported by print publications around the world.
Marca (Spain): "If I die, I want to be reborn and I want to be a footballer. And I want to be Diego Armando Maradona"
"D10S ha muerto" (God is Dead) - AS front cover on 26 Thursday, 2020 is one that will long live in the memory... pic.twitter.com/Vik4J15cX4— AS English (@English_AS) November 26, 2020
Thursday's Guardian back page. pic.twitter.com/rdbr1zDAyg— Guardian sport (@guardian_sport) November 26, 2020
Diego Armando Maradona: de 1960 até à eternidade. Celebramos a vida de um Deus nos 71 anos da história de Record pic.twitter.com/8xvE73KDYh— Diário Record (@Record_Portugal) November 26, 2020
Donderdag in AD Sportwereld: alles over het overlijden van Diego Armando Maradona. pic.twitter.com/JFYhBMsc0c— AD.nl/sportwereld (@ADSportwereld) November 25, 2020