Spain Vs Germany: German team was given a superstar’s welcome for the World Cup win

“Football’s coming home” Proud German admirers steal England’s anthem as 400,000 lines the roads of Berlin to welcome home their FIFA World Cup heroes. German winning squad were given a lead’s welcome as they returned home to celebrate the nation’s fourth championship, applauded by thousands of football admirers lining the roads.

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An appraised 400,000 people packed the ‘fan mile in front of Berlin’s landmark Brandenburg Gate to welcome home football coach Joachim Low’s team and the award, which returned to Germany for the first time in 24 years. We’re all Football World Cup champions!’ Low told the crowd. Of course, it was a long way to the designation, and an amazingly tough one in the end.

But we’re extremely happy to be here with the followers now. Thousands of German fans line the roads as the national football side makes its way through the crowds to Berlin’s milestone Brandenburg Gate in an open-top truck to rejoice in winning the FIFA World Cup. The team climbed onto an open-top truck for the last slice of the trip to the Brandenburg Gate, crawling its way forward through cheering crowds.

German fans wait for the players during their team’s conquest ritual in Berlin. Mats Hummels, Philipp Lahm, Erik Durm, Benedikt Howedes and Thomas Muller play invisible guitar during celebrations to mark the squad’s 2014 Brazil Football World Cup triumph at the ‘fan mile’ public viewing region. Mario Gotze, the scorekeeper in the 1-0 win over Argentina in the final on Sunday, was received with loud cheers by the sea of fans waving black, red and gold Germany flags.

Midfielder Toni Kroos led the crowd in a chant of ‘Miro Klose’ an honour to experienced person striker Miroslav Klose, whose two goals took his FIFA World Cup score to 16 and made him the competition’s all-time leading scorer. The team’s plane touched down at Berlin’s Tegel Airport in the morning after circling over the ‘fan mile’ which by then had been crowded for hours.

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Captain Philipp Lahm led the side off the aeroplane with the World Cup held upward

Captain Philipp Lahm led the side off the aeroplane with the award held upward, to cheers and responses of ‘Football’s Coming Home’ from fans on the airport’s watching walkway. He was followed by midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, wrapped in a German flag and sporting a plaster under his right eye, the consequence of a cut in the Football World Cup Final on Sunday. For more to know about Football World Cup Tickets Click here.

From the airport, the side set off for downtown Berlin in a bus dyed with the years of Germany’s World Cup successes, before climbing aboard an open-top truck for the last part of the trip to the Brandenburg Gate, inching its way forward through cheering crowds. Thomas Muller lifts the World Cup trophy as an estimated 400,000 fans pack the fan mile in front of Berlin’s landmark Brandenburg Gate.

Manager Joachim Low told the crowd we’re all world Cup winners at the win partying. Football team Forward Lukas Podolski posted a selfie with Schweinsteiger and the cup. He tweeted; that the Cup is in Berlin. Gotze, meanwhile, tweeted, wow, what’s going on here … AMAZING! The ‘Fan Mile’ started filling up hours before the entrance of the squad, with some waiting overnight to get a place at the front.

We’re all thrilled to see what it will be like, Schweinsteiger told media reporters. This time, thank God, we have the cup with us. It will only sink in for us in the next few years. The team’s plane was late in Rio de Janeiro for about an hour after a stuff truck hit the aircraft and damage to the paintwork had to be examined. Germany fans across the world have been partying since the dramatic last-gasp winner from Mario Gotze in the World Cup final on Sunday.

The goal, which came in the 113th minute of the game against Argentina, ensured Germany became World Cup winners for the fourth time following their wins in 1954, 1974 and 1990. The first time as a combined nation. Midfielder Gotze, 22, came on as an extra to net the winner, monitoring the ball with his chest before lobbing it into the Argentine goal, making the Germans the first European side to win the Football World Cup in South America.

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Following the success Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer said, we’re going to celebrate for at least five weeks now. At some point, we’ll stop rejoicing but we’ll always keep awakening up with a smile. After seeing out the ending moments of the game, the German side and their fans, both back in Germany and in the stadium, burst into wild celebrations as the final whistle blew, while competitors Argentina looked to be regretting their missed chances to win the game earlier in the game.

Twitter released the figures for the Football World Cup

Argentinian star Lionel Messi looked stunned and close to tears as the Germans marked their win, annoying the ball over the bar in the last seconds of the game. The newspaper celebrated Germany’s win with a three-word headline in the national colours of black, red and gold that read simply: ‘It is true,’ while the magazine website recorded Germany’s titles: ‘1954. 1974. 1990. 2014!’ For more to know about the Germany Football World Cup team click here.

German space traveller Alexander Gerst praised the team from the International Space Station on its ‘top act.’ He chirped a picture of himself in a German sweater with an extra fourth star as specialists on stars, we already got one. Meanwhile, it has been exposed then that an amazing 672 million tweets were sent about the World Cup during the 32-day competition more than two million every day.

Twitter released the statistics just hours before Germany’s winning team were due to arrive in Berlin, another occasion which was predicted to have the nation’s football fans taking to social media to share their partying. The most-tweeted-about event during the entire competition was perhaps its most amazing the 7-1 destruction of hosts Brazil by Germany in the first semi-final.

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That extraordinary result created a Twitter frenzy, with more than 35.6 million tweets about the game, a new Twitter record for a single issue. The final itself gathered 32.1 million tweets. The top five most-tweeted instants of the Football World Cup were all about Germany, with three coming during the win over Brazil. The instant that had Twitter users tweeting most was when Germany finally beat Argentina in the final, with 618,725 tweets coming every minute.

Brazil star Neymar, hurt in his nation’s quarter-final win over Colombia, was the most stated player of the competition, followed by Argentina’s maestro Messi and, thanks to the now-infamous biting case, Uruguay’s Luis Suarez in third. Twitter said in a blog about the World Cup, while this is the highest number, we’ve publicised related to an occasion.

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