From Sydney to Buenos Aires: Insane drone footage of wild World Cup celebrations

Argentina fans around the world celebrated their country’s first World Cup in 36 years.

Hundreds of thousands filled the streets of Buenos Aires and reveled in glory after their heroes won a penalty shootout against France in the biggest final in the competition’s history.

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In Australia, joy erupted among Argentinian fans at the World Cup venues in Sydney and Melbourne.

The game ended just before 5 a.m. in the eastern states as fans lit flares and hugged.

Celebrations continued throughout the morning as groups of Argentinian fans swept through Sydney’s lower business district after exiting the live TV site near the Opera House.

But that was nothing compared to the streets of Buenos Aires, where hundreds of thousands let their hair down in wild scenes of total rejoicing.

Argentina fans celebrate their country’s World Cup victory at the Sydney Opera House. Credit: Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Wild scenes in Buenos Aires as hundreds of thousands celebrate Argentina’s World Cup victory over France. Credit: Marcelo Endelli/Getty Images
Wild scenes in Buenos Aires as hundreds of thousands celebrate Argentina’s World Cup victory over France. Credit: Getty Images
An Argentina fan celebrates at traffic lights amid crazy scenes on the streets of Buenos Aires. Credit: Rodrigo Valle/Getty Images
A couple of Argentinian fans kiss at a traffic light while celebrating the World Cup in Buenos Aires. Credit: Getty Images
An Argentina fan in his decorated Volkswagen Beetle during the World Cup celebrations in Buenos Aires. Credit: SOPA images/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett
Argentina fans celebrate the World Cup on the streets of Buenos Aires. Credit: Marcelo Endelli/Getty Images
Fans riot on the streets of Buenos Aires after Argentina’s World Cup victory. Credit: Getty Images/Getty Images
An Argentinian soccer fan dressed as a clown. Credit: SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett

Meanwhile, Sunrise saw hilarious scenes as reporter Nathan Currie lost himself in a crowd of passionate fans.

The Melbourne-based reporter struggled to get his say in celebration mode during a live crossroads with a sea of ​​passionate Argentinian fans.

“We’re going live to Nathan Currie, who may or may not be able to hear me,” said co-host Matt Doran of Sydney’s Brekky Central.

“Nathan, take it away.”

Sunrise reporter is lost in the World Cup audience.

Sunrise reporter is lost in the World Cup audience.

“Let these guys take it away,” Nathan said mistakenly, “make sure they…”

Nathan was drowned out by the roar of the celebrating crowd – and the camera.

Trying to hear the presenters in the studio, Nathan raised his hand to his earpiece as he tried to continue.

He was presented with a replica trophy by an Argentinian fan, which the fan and reporter held up in triumph.

We have the World Cup here…” Nathan began.

“Oh my,” Matt said from the studio, watching Nathan disappear into the sea of ​​fans.

Finally, the moderator was just spotted trying to find his way back to the camera.

“Sometimes you say everything without really saying anything,” Matt laughed at Nathan’s silence.

Argentina defeats France in the World Cup final.

Argentina defeats France in the World Cup final.

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