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Feuding no more, Pelé mourns friend, legend Diego Maradona

died Wednesday at the age of 60.“I have lost a dear friend, and the world has lost a legend," the 80-year-old Pelé said.

"One day, I hope, we will play football together in the sky.”The sadness across Argentina was articulated by one of the few players who comes close to matching Maradona's artistry with the ball.“He leaves us," Argentine forward Lionel Messi said, “but he is not gone because Diego is eternal.”The 33-year-old Messi still strives to emulate his hero by winning a World Cup with Argentina, a triumph that could settle the 21st century's version of the Maradona-Pelé debate as he duels with Cristiano Ronaldo for soccer greatness.Ronaldo, who has won five FIFA player of the year awards to Messi's six, remembered Maradona as an

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