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Soccer legend Alfredo Di Stefano dies at 88

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Alfredo Di Stefano, considered one of the greatest soccer players in history, has died after suffering a heart attack over the weekend in Madrid.

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Di Stefano, 88, had been in an induced coma after suffering the heart attack in Madrid on Saturday.

Born in Argentina, Di Stefano led Real Madrid to five consecutive European Cup titles (1956-1960).

In 1999, Di Stefano was voted the fourth greatest soccer player of the century, behind Pele, Diego Maradona and Johan Cruyff, in a vote organized by the French weekly magazine France Football.

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