Dinu's colleague Sumesh who is also an Argentina fan said, "When we left office at 7 pm on Thursday, Dinu was a bit nervous about Argentina's chances as the team was in the danger zone after the surprise 1-1 draw against Iceland". He had written a suicide note and had gone missing after his favourite side's defeat at the hands of Croatia. However, after the team lost, he reportedly cried and switched off his phone. Dinu, who works at a private company as an accountant, has left behind a suicide note in which he wrote that he has nothing to look forward to. They have for now called off the search in the river. I am going to the unfathomable depth of death. "Nobody is responsible for my death". An extensive search launched at Meenachil river, which is close to his house, by the police and fire and rescue services personnel yielded no result. Some divers searched in the water but failed to find the body.
As reported on Goal.com, the dead body of Dinu, a Kerala youth, was found on Sunday morning. The body will be handed over to the family after autopsy as per reports.
According to Joice Joseph Kottathil, a relative of the deceased, Dinu had very few friends as he was an introvert.
Though Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli took the blame for the loss but fans were not ready to spare captain Lionel Messi. He also had a huge collection of Messi's pictures.
The disappointment of seeing his team lose turned out to be too much for him to handle and he ended up taking his own life.
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