Legendary World Cup winner Diego Maradona is exhibiting indicators of enchancment solely a day after having mind surgical procedure in his native Argentina.
The 60-year-old, who captained his nation to World Cup triumph in Mexico in 1986, required an operation for potential bleeding on his mind.
His doctor Dr Leopoldo Luque stated: “Diego has been responding very effectively.
“When we eliminated the drain he laughed, checked out me, grabbed my hand, and the primary impression is it’s beneficial.”
Maradona was admitted to the Ipensa clinic in Buenos Aires on Monday, suffering from anaemia and dehydration.
The former Barcelona and Napoli midfielder is set to remain in a clinic in La Plata, south of Buenos Aires, for at least 48 hours as he recovers.
“Diego is with none sort of neurological deficit, with none sort of complication related to surgical procedure. He has a wonderful post-operative interval, the laboratory parameters even improved,” Luque informed reporters on the clinic.
“He is in a post-operative interval and the moods are troublesome to evaluate.
“The first impression is it is favourable, but it is difficult to evaluate. Diego’s evolution is day by day and in principle today he will be in intensive care as well.”
Argentina’s all-time main scorer Lionel Messi wished his compatriot effectively on social media.
Alongside an image of the pair collectively, the Barcelona ahead wrote in Spanish: “Diego, all the strength in the world. My family and I want to see you well as soon as possible. A hug from the heart!”