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World Cup winning Argentina team reaches Buenos Aires, check the victory parade in the capital city here

World Cup winning Argentina team reaches Buenos Aires, check the victory parade in the capital city here

World Cup winning Argentina team reaches Buenos Aires, check the victory parade in the capital city here
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By Prakhar Sachdeo  Dec 20, 2022 2:26:02 PM IST (Updated)

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After winning the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Sunday at the Lusail Iconic Stadium in Qatar, the Argentina team reached the capital of the country Buenos Aires on Tuesday. See how the World Champions and the GOAT Lionel Messi are welcomed in the city.

Lionel Messi with the World Cup trophy. (Image: AP)
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Lionel Messi with the World Cup trophy. (Image: AP)

 Fans in Buenos Aires wait for the arrival of the team. (Image: Reuters)
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Fans in Buenos Aires wait for the arrival of the team. (Image: Reuters)

The flight carrying Argentina's World Cup winning squad arrives in Buenos Aires. (Image: Reuters)
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The flight carrying Argentina's World Cup-winning squad arrives in Buenos Aires. (Image: Reuters)

The open top bus that will carry the team throughout Buenos Aires awaits at the aiport. Notice the three stars painted on the bus signifying the team's three World Cup triumphs. (Image: Reuters)
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The open-top bus that will carry the team throughout Buenos Aires awaits at the aiport. Notice the three stars painted on the bus signifying the team's three World Cup triumphs. (Image: Reuters)

After the plane that carried the team from Qatar to Argentina landed in in Buenos Aires, the first to emerge out of the flight were Lionel Messi and coach Lionel Scaloni. (Image: AP)
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After the plane that carried the team from Qatar to Argentina landed in Buenos Aires, the first to emerge from the flight were Lionel Messi and coach Lionel Scaloni. (Image: AP)

 Argentina's World Cup winning players with the trophy after the team's arrival at Ezeiza International Airport in
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Argentina's World Cup-winning players with the trophy after the team's arrival at Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires. The team boarded the open-top bus before it started its long journey through the heart of the city. (Image: Reuters)

Veteran Angel Di Maria who scored the team's crucial second goal in the final spotted at at Ezeiza International Airport proudly wearing his winner's medal around his neck. (Image: Reuters)
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Veteran Angel Di Maria who scored the team's crucial second goal in the final spotted at Ezeiza International Airport proudly wearing his winner's medal around his neck. (Image: Reuters)

Argentina's Lautaro Martinez and Julian Alvarez along with their teammates at the top of the bus as the team commences its victory parade through Buenos Aires. (Image: Reuters)
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Argentina's Lautaro Martinez and Julian Alvarez along with their teammates at the top of the bus as the team commences its victory parade through Buenos Aires. (Image: Reuters)

Fireworks go all over the city of Buenos Aires during the team's winning parade. The Argentine government declared Tuesday would be a bank holiday so that the entire country "can express their deepest joy for the national team." (Image: Reuters)
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Fireworks go all over the city of Buenos Aires during the team's winning parade. The Argentine government declared Tuesday would be a bank holiday so that the entire country "can express their deepest joy for the national team." (Image: Reuters)

Fans gather outside the Association of Argentinian Football Headquarters as the Argentina team bus arrives
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Thousands of fans gather outside the Association of Argentinian Football headquarters in  Buenos Aires as the Argentina team bus carrying the team arrived there. (Image: Reuters)

Angel Di Maria, Rodrigo De Paul, Nicolas Otamendi, Paulo Dybala, Cristian Romero, Lisandro Martinez and Lionel Messi are seen on the open top bus as it arrives outside the Association of Argentinian Football Headquarters
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Angel Di Maria, Rodrigo De Paul, Nicolas Otamendi, Paulo Dybala, Cristian Romero, Lisandro Martinez and Lionel Messi are seen on the open top bus as it arrives outside the Association of Argentinian Football Headquarters (Image: Reuters)

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A dummy of the FIFA World Cup trophy hangs at the entrance of the Argentina Football Association where the team will spend the night after landing in Buenos Aires. (Image: AP)

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