The parade planned to welcome Argentina’s World Cup-winning team back to their homeland had to be cancelled, according to organisers.
It was caused by spectators boarding a special bus travelling from the airport in the capital city of Buenos Aires to the Football Association’s headquarters.
According to reports from Argentina, some of the elated spectators jumped from the flyovers to the bus carrying the Argentina football team, and in some cases, the spectators were injured after falling from the bridges.
After 36 years, a special holiday was declared for Argentina to welcome the world champion Argentina football team led by Lionel Messi after 36 years.
A group of over 4 million spectators gathered in the capital city of Buenos Aires, and when they were unable to control them, the organizers took steps to remove the world champion Argentina football team led by Lionel Messi from the parade and take them by air.
Meanwhile, the country’s health minister announced that a young man who was running on the roof of the house to celebrate his team’s victory has died in an accident. The Ministry of Health has also announced that five people, including a 5-year-old child, have fallen into a coma due to various incidents.
Meanwhile, anti-riot police units had to be called to remove the Argentinian spectators, who were thrilled by the victory, from the streets of the capital city of Buenos Aires, where there were also clashes between the public and the police.