Argentina on Streets to Celebrate World Cup Win.
After World cup win, whole Argentina came on streets to cheer world cup win. In this world cup whole of country supported Lionel Messi to make him win his last world cup. Messi team members foughted whole world cup so that they can make his dream fulfill.
After winning world cup whole of Argentina came out on road. as they celebrated win in a huge. Fans gathered on the Streets to welcome the team. Millions of Argentine’s cried, yelled and hugged as they followed the game, which was a roller coaster of emotions.
FANS EMOTIONS CAME OUT FOR LIONEL MESSI.
“I feel an immense happiness in my heart because this is the first World Cup I truly enjoy,” Hector Quinteros, a 34-year-old security guard, said as his eyes welled up with tears.
“This always happens. They always make us suffer.” “I’m very happy, we really deserved this.
The team suffered quite a bit, but it recovered as time went on,” said Josefina Villalba, a 55-year-old nanny who joined hundreds of fans at one of the many public plazas where giant screens were set up to watch the long-awaited match.
After long wait of 36 years, Argentina finally won a world cup title, erasing years of doubts and questions about whether a country known for having some of the world greatest Soccer players could really perform on an international Stage.
The country won its first title in 1978, but lost final in 1930, 1990 and 2014.
Throughout the match, many watching in a public square in Buenos Aires chanted the name of captain Lionel Messi, often considered the world’s greatest soccer player who had long talked about how he yearned for a World Cup victory.
Argentina world cup win and Messi two goals make those moment which will be remembered for many years. And even it will be written in Argentina history also.
We’re champions, which is all we wanted, more than anything for him (Messi) and for the whole team, said Santiago Ferraris.
President Alberto Fernández joined in on the celebrations and thanked the national team for the victory. “Thank you to the players and the technical team. They’re an example that we must never give up. That we have great people and a great future,” Fernández wrote on social media.
Neighbors countries Presidents congratulate Argentina.
Brazil’s president-elect, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, wrote on social media that he was “happy with the victory of our Argentine neighbors.”
President Gabriel Boric of Chile, who had been rooting for the neighboring country during the match, also sent a “gigantic hug to our Argentine brothers.”
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