accident ensued as many people flocked to see the national team in Argentina, which won the World Cup for the first time in 36 years.
Because of this, the returning team had to stop their scheduled schedule and move by helicopter.
This is reporter Moon Jun-mo.
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina.
Huge crowds filled the square.
Not only the overpass, but also traffic lights, street lights, and even the top of the 67m-high obelisk were literally crowded.
Fans waved national flags and cheered as the bus with the athletes appeared.
The joy of the Argentine people is even greater in the face of economic difficulties that have been going on for several years.
[Argentina fan: We had a hard time.
It was terrible.
The final was also difficult, but I'm so happy now.]
However, the bus the athletes rode had to stop after 5 hours without reaching this plaza, which was the final destination.
Buses became unable to move as more than 4 million people gathered at each street corner surrounded them.
There were also a series of shocking scenes.
Two people jumped one after another from the overpass onto the team's vehicle, and one person fell onto the road, and some people were also seen collapsing in the heat of 30 degrees.
The team eventually had to transfer to a helicopter and get out.
Fans greeted the returning team from the airport early in the morning.
[Argentina fan (12 years old): Messi saw me and greeted me.]
The scene of excited fans rinsing a reporter during a live broadcast was broadcast as it was.
Messi, who visited his hometown of Rosario by helicopter, returned by taking pictures with fans one by one.
Argentina declared this day a temporary holiday after winning the World Cup in 36 years since the 1986 Mexico Tournament, where Maradona played an active part.
(Video editing: Jo Moo-hwan)