Leicester: Football legend Diego Maradona showed no restraint in supporting his beloved Argentinen team at the Rugby World Cup as he danced in the changing room post the South American nation's 45-16 thrashing of Tonga here.
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The legend led the celebrations in the changing room after the game by dancing away in the middle of the Argentine players, stuff.co.nz reported on Sunday.
Diego Maradona celebrates Argentina’s second try during the 2015 Rugby World Cup match against Tonga at Leicester City Stadium. Pic/Getty Images
His lumbering moves in the stands were a regular sight at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany and his antics on the touchline four years later, as manager, had the cameras covering him almost as much as the games themselves.
Maradona is still regarded by many as the greatest footballer of all time and the 1986 World Cup winner could well become a regular sight for audiences at the Rugby World Cup now, as Argentina edge closer to the knockout stages.
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