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He said: “We thank the province of Buenos Aires, headed by its security minister Sergio Berni, who was the just one who accompanied all the journey to the doorway to the capital without registering any incidents, allowing the players to embrace the Argentine people.”

Tons of of 1000’s of fans had gathered on the Obelisk, able to greet the players at the top of the route. One fan was even filmed having climbed to the highest of the 235ft monument.

But the choice for the bus to not travel all of the option to the Obelisk had already been made by security earlier within the day. Some fans on the famous venue got wind that the players were as a substitute set to greet supporters on the 25 de Mayo motorway.

The Mail claims that led to ugly scenes, where missiles were thrown at police and a police automobile was hijacked. The later decision was then made for the players to depart by helicopter.

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