The world mourns Diego Maradona, one of football’s most gifted players who died Wedesday from a heart attack. In Argentina tens of thousands filed past his coffin at the Casa Rosada presidential palace to pay homage before his burial later today. Even Pope Francis mourned his fellow Argentinian, calling him soccer’s poet. Reporter Arieh O'Sullivan spoke with Joshua Halickman, who covers sports for The Jerusalem Post and on his website, sportsrabbi.com, about Maradona’s legacy and his visits to Israel