On Friday morning, the remains of former Napoli and Barcelona forward, Diego Armando Maradona were laid to rest, after an all-night funeral at the Presidential Villa in Buenos Aires.
Thousands of Argentines lined the streets to say their final goodbye to the man many considered a demigod of football.
Maradona passed away on Wednesday, after suffering a cardiorespiratory attack, two weeks after he had a surgery to remove a blood clot from his brain.
However, a funeral service processional march that was supposed to be peaceful and solemn affair, descended into a fracas between riot police and fans of the late Maradona who wanted to encroach upon the hearse conveying the deceased icon.
Similarly, one Diego Molina, a mortician, who embalmed the remains of Maradona became the subject of death threats from people who felt he dishonoured the late Napoli star, by snapping a picture of his hand over the face of the corpse.
After a long procession that was made up of Government bikes and dozens of civilian cars, Maradona was laid to rest at the Jardin de Bellavista cemetery close to Buenos Aires, surrounded by his friends and relatives.
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