Hristo Stoichkov entered the home of Diego Armando Maradona in Buenos Aires to end his tour of South America, where he met with great personalities of football from the region.
Bulgaria’s “Golden Ball” will probably deserve one in journalism as well with its interviews with Romario, Bebeto, Rivelliño, Enzo Francesco, Ubaldo Filol, etc.
The place where the Univision envoy’s tour ended was Diego’s house, where he grew up, along with 7 other family members.
The eldest of Maradona’s sisters, Ana, opened the doors of the home to Izzo, who published photos from the film shot inside.
The late Argentine soccer idol was born in the suburb of Via Fiorito, where, in his words, “every four houses have one toilet.”
Stoichkov was taken into the family’s home from the time Diego was a teenager and was already taking his first steps in football at Argentinos Juniors.
The dagger entered the legend’s room, showing the world the plaques and simple furnishings where the great player and his good friend grew up.
“The tour ended in a unique place!
Anna, the eldest sister of the unforgettable Don Diego Maradona welcomed me into their home! The house where eight people lived! Diego’s room, his music…
Once again I touched the mythology that he forever bequeathed to us! Kudos!”, Stoichkov wrote on social networks to the photos.