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Damning inquest into Diego Maradona's death discovers he was in 'agony' for at least 12 hours after doctors provided 'inadequate medical care' and failed to give Argentina football icon 'better chance of survival'  Football legend Diego Maradona died in Argentina on November 25 last year An inquest into his death has said doctors provided 'inadequate medical care' It adds that they failed to give the Argentina icon a 'better chance of survival' 

By Kieran Lynch For Mailonline

Published: 09:39 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 09:39 BST, 1 May 2021

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An inquest into the death of Diego Maradona has concluded that his medical team acted in an 'inappropriate, deficient and reckless manner'.

The Argentine football legend died at the age of 60 on November 25 last year, prompting a period of mourning and angry finger pointing about who was to blame in the South American nation. 

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Football Italia has reported the results of the inquest, found Maradona would have had a 'better chance of survival' had he received 'adequate medical care'.

An inquest into Diego Maradona's death said that he received 'inadequate medical care'

An inquest into Diego Maradona's death said that he received 'inadequate medical care'

The Argentine football icon died on November 25 prompting a period of mourning in the country

The Argentine football icon died on November 25 prompting a period of mourning in the country

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