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France, Argentina come home to heroes’ welcomes after World Cup final

By France24
20 December 2022   |   3:55 pm
Argentina returned home in the early hours of the morning following their 2022 World Cup final victory over France. The squad arrived in Buenos Aires and were greeted by thousands of fans, who lined the streets as players travelled on an open-top bus.

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