El Pibe de Oro, Barrilete, El Dios, Cósmico, D10S, Dieguito, El 10, El Diez ...

The quantity of nicknames is just one more sign that fútbol legend Diego Armando Maradona was in a category of his own. His death Wednesday from a heart attack at the age of 60 was a bonafide global event.

Here are the front pages of 22 newspapers dedicated to the passing of the soccer legend: from dailies in his native Buenos Aires to the cities of his beloved club teams, Naples, Italy and Barcelona, Spain, but also California, France, India and beyond celebrated arguably the greatest artist that the beautiful game has ever seen.

ARGENTINA

Cronica, a daily newspaper in Maradona's native Buenos Aires, bid him 'adios' alongside a glowing tribute which ends with: 'Thank you for everything, maestro!'

Cronica

Portada de Clarín (Argentina)

Clarin

Portada de La Nación (Argentina)

La Nacion

Portada de Página/12 (Argentina)

Pagina/12

Portada de La Prensa (Argentina)

La Prensa



BRAZIL

Portada de Extra (Brasil)

Extra/O Globo

Portada de O Estado de São Paulo (Brasil)

O Estado de S. Paulo



COLOMBIA

Portada de Vanguardia Liberal (Colombia)

Vanguardia



UNITED STATES

Los Angeles Times



FRANCE

Portada de L'Equipe (France)

L'Equipe

Portada de Libération (France)

Libération



ITALY

Il Mattino (Naples)

Portada de Corriere dello Sport (Italy)

Corriere dello Sport

Portada de La Gazzetta dello Sport (Italy)

La Gazzetta dello Sport

Portada de Il Messaggero (Italy)

Il Messaggero



SPAIN

La Vanguardia (Barcelona)

Portada de As (Spain)

As

Portada de La Razón (Spain)

La Razon



UK

Mirror Sport

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The Guardian


GERMANY

Germany's Die Welt

Die Welt



INDIA

Hindi-language newspapers in India also ran front-page tributes to the footballing legend

Ananda Bazar


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