- Mario Corso who won four Serie A titles with Inter Milan has died
- Inter Milan confirmed the death of the 78-year-old on social media
- Corso never played at the World Cup with Italy before he retired
Inter Milan have taken to their official social media account to confirm the death of their legend Mario Corso who died at the age of 78 after brief illness as tribute pours in for him.
In their message, Inter Milan described the deceased as someone they will surely miss considering the legacy he left behind before he died.
Verona-born Corso is known for having perfected the 'knuckleball' free-kick long before the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo became famous for them.
World football governing body FIFA have also joined people to mourn the death of Mario Corso describing him as a true legend of football.
During his active playing time with Inter Milan, Mario Corso won two European and intercontinental Cups and also four Serie A titles.
Mario Corso netted 75 goals for Inter Milan in 413 games and also played for the national team even though he never featured at the World Cup.
Mario Corso also had stint at Genoa before he retired from football and became pundits and scouts.
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Barcelona captain Lionel Messi responded to reports linking him with a move to Italian giants Inter Milan and also claims that he paid for Ronaldinho's bail to get out of prison.
There have been reports for months that Lionel Messi does not want to end his career at Barcelona with many claiming that he wants to move to Italy and continue rivalry with Ronaldo.
Messi who has never played for any other club than Barcelona has now rubbished the reports claiming that he is happy at Barcelona and will remain at Nou Camp.
The Argentine footballer made this known on his official social media account branding the reports as fake and told his fans not to take such serious.
He also denied reports of him helping former teammate Ronaldinho to pay his bail from prison where he was recently released to house arrest.
Ronaldinho spends close to five weeks inside Paraguay jail after being accused of using fake passport to entered the country with him and his brother.
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