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Tuesday Is a National Holiday in Argentina for World Cup Celebrations.

The federation announced that on Tuesday, July 11, the Argentine national team would celebrate their World Cup victory at the Obelisk in Buenos Aires.

Argentina’s government has announced Tuesday, October 30, a public holiday so that the entire nation “may express their deepest joy for the national team.”

The national team, who had just defeated France on Sunday, returned to their country early on Tuesday morning by a state-operated airline flight and were met by thousands of cheering fans.

When the jet landed at Ezeiza Airport, Lionel Messi, Lionel Scaloni, and Claudio Tapia, president of the Argentina Football Association, carried the World Cup trophy down the ramp.

The Argentine Football Association (AFA) announced on Twitter that the team would be leaving for the Obelisk at noon on Tuesday to celebrate the world title with the fans.

After a thrilling 3-3 draw, Argentina prevailed over France 4-2 on penalties in a game that was hailed by many as one of the best World Cup finals ever played.

Argentines are keen to keep the party going as they flocked to the streets all around the country to celebrate their third World Cup victory.

The team’s idol, Lionel Messi, described the atmosphere in Argentina as “wild,” and he expressed a desire to witness it firsthand. Can’t wait to go there and have fun with them, so please tell them to wait for me.

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