A post-mortem examination into the body of Argentine football legend Diego Maradona has revealed no traces of alcohol or drugs.
It is reported by the BBC news agency.
The autopsy was conducted as part of an investigation into possible negligence of doctors in providing medical care to the former Argentinean striker, which could lead to his death.
Meanwhile, the autopsy revealed that Maradona had serious kidney and lung problems. However, the exact diagnosis has not been made public at the moment.
Maradona died on November 25 from cardiac arrest. He was world-famous for his performances for Italian side Napoli and his goal against England in the 1986 World Cup quarter-final, which was dubbed “the hand of God”.