2018 FIFA WC

2018 FIFA WC: OMG! This is what Maradona has done to find his enemy

[caption id="attachment_68967" align="aligncenter" width="580"] Maradona in the gallery during the match against Nigeria. Image Source: twitter[/caption]

XtraTime Web Desk: DIEGO MARADONA is offering a heavy sum of money as reward to identify the person who tried to fool the world into believing he was dead.

The great Argentine has promised more than £8,000 to anyone who can help him unmask the man responsible for forcing him to put out a statement confirming he was alive but had overdone it on the white wine.

His statement read: "I was so shocked that there had been a stretcher, ambulance and nothing happened.

"We were all together, the Telesur team, and my team, and we could not believe how social networks started to viralize a big lie like that, that makes no sense.

"It gives me a bit of anger, because my sister, yesterday made me whistle on the phone to see if I was okay, and I did fine.

"I asked her 'what else do you want me to do?' My brother from Italy, my nephew from the United States were worried, because of course the bad news goes much faster than the good news."

I am very alive and I am very well taken care of."

The 57-year-old sparked fears for his well-being when he was helped away from his VIP box and assisted by medical staff after seeing Argentina avoid an early World Cup exit on Tuesday with a dramatic late goal against Nigeria.

Two Spanish-language recordings which have gone viral - recorded by the same man and released shortly after the match - claimed the 57-year-old had suffered a fatal heart attack.

One said an adrenaline injection to his heart had failed to save him and the Argentinian squad were yet to be told he had passed away in hospital.

The soccer star’s long-standing lawyer Matias Morla told Argentinian daily Clarin: “I’ve just spoken to my office in Buenos Aires and I have instructed them to make public the decision to offer a reward of £8,340 to the person who provides accurate and precise information about the author of the voice messages.

“When it comes to technological issues like these, I think we can get to the bottom of this.

“But especially if there’s a financial incentive, someone who knows how something started often ends up revealing it and helping to unmask whoever was behind an atrocity like this.

“It was a very long night. I was in Belarus for work reasons and helping to organise Diego’s travel arrangements.

“But Maradona’s sisters heard the news and couldn’t contact me or their brother. One of them ended up collapsing.

“We can’t let things like this go unanswered.”

Maradona’s daughter Dalma described the fake social media reports about her dad’s death as “miserable” on Wednesday.

She raged on Twitter: “I haven’t heard them but they told me what they said. They are false. There’s obviously some very twisted people out there.

“Don’t help them go viral. If you do, you should know they tell lies.”

Sports journalist Daniel Arcucci, who posted the voice recording Maradona sent him to his Twitter site as well as the one he sent Rocio, added: “Maradona’s truth doesn’t come from some leaked voice message of dubious origin.

“It’s what Diego told Rocio when she called him for a second time because she was worried about the rumours he had died which were still doing the rounds”.

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