Argentine football legend, Diego Maradona was taken from his seat and helped into his private box just moments after Argentina dramatically beat Nigeria 2-1 at the World Cup .
The former Barcelona and Napoli star was captured on camera holding on to one person while another attempted to guide him through the door.
The footballing legend looked agitated throughout. His mood was seen ranging from celebrating wildly to falling asleep, to giving a disgraceful two-fingered salute after Marcos Rojo’s late winner.The World Cup winning legend was then treated by two paramedics in a nearby room at the end of the game.
Reports in Argentina claim Maradona was then taken to hospital
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