Diego Armando Maradona, the Argentine football star that helped his country to victory in the 1986 World Cup against Germany in the final, was hospitalized after internal bleeding was discovered in his stomach.
He was on his way to Mexico to coach a team when they discovered it during a routine examination. He was receiving treatment at a clinic near Buenos Aires.
He was released after his condition became fine.
Over the years, he has often been in and out of hospitals and clinics due to his lifestyle. A former drug addict, Maradona was once sent home during 1994 World Cup in the US after failing a drug test.
He was also once suspended for 15 months for failing another drug test. He also had a major heart attack in 2004.