Diego Maradona is a great watch on the day we mourn one of the most charismatic footballers to ever take to the pitch.
The first was a deliberate handball which he described as the "Hand of God" while the second ― four minutes later ― was the product of a solo run past half the England team to score what would later be known as the "Goal of the Century".
"The only thing that Maradona was able to do like a normal person was die", it said, under the headline "World Upheaval: Diego Armando Maradona has died".
In 1991, he was banned for 15 months by the team after he tested positive for blow.
A nomadic managerial career followed his playing years, taking him from Argentina, to Mexico and to the United Arab Emirates.
The two Argentinians are the only two players in the history of football to have ever won the Golden Ball in the Under-20 FIFA World Cup, as well as the FIFA World Cup itself.
Maradona died of a heart attack in a house outside Buenos Aires, where he recovered from a brain operation on November 3.
Among those present were the renowned barra bravas fans of Boca Juniors, one of his former clubs.
Fans who walked past the casket blew kisses into the air, struck their chests with closed fists, and shouted: "Let's go Diego".
"I keep all the handsome moments lived with him and I send my condolences to all his family and friends".
The footballing world was shocked with the demise of arguably the greatest player to have played the round leather game.
"He basically told them that 'you can be winners too.' For that reason, he's more than a footballer in Naples".
In a letter written to Maradona on Napoli's official website, De Laurentiis said: "You leave us with a great testament of what it means to be a man of fragility, strength and absolute love for life and one's neighbour".
Il Mattino, Naples' leading newspaper, had a front-page headline Thursday that said simply, "Grazie" - "Thank You".
The opening question in his first press conference came from a reporter who asked a confused Maradona whether he knew about the Camorra and its "influence on football" and was immediately ejected by livid club owner Corrado Ferlaino.
Juan Pablo Varsky, Matias Grez and Aleks Klosok contributed reporting.