Six Argentine players including Jonas Gutierrez and Diego Mradona's son-in-law Sergio Aguero paid a visit to Mother House, global headquarters of Mother Teresa-founded Missionaries of Charity here on Saturday.
Nicolas Burdisso, Mariano Andujar, Marcos Rojo and Estaban Andrad and a member of the support staff prayed before the Mother's three-foot high cement tomb on the ground floor of the two-storeyed building in central Kolkata.
Missionaries of Charity sources said during their 20-minute stay, the players also went to the chapel where the Mother used to attend prayers.
"They came quietly, and left silently," said a nun. However, unlike Maradona, Lionel Messi did not go to Mother House.
Mother Teresa - born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu in Skopje, Macedonia, on August 26, 1910, to an ethnic Albanian family - made Kolkata her home and workplace for 68 years since 1929.
The selfless nun, who was given the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979, devoted her life ministering to the old, the abandoned, the poorest of the poor and the ailing.
She founded the Catholic order, Missionaries of Charity in 1950.