A viral footage showed some fans waiting on top of a flyover awaiting the bus. When it arrived, they jumped onto it to reach the players inside the bus.
Lionel Messi was greeted to a heroic reception at his residence at Rosario, Argentina, as his wife Antonela Roccuzzo drove him home after Bueno Aires celebrations. Lionel Messi driven home by his wife after Bueno Aires celebrations
The story of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is the story of Lionel Messi. From Lusail Stadium in Qatar to the rapturous welcome at Bueno Aires, to the heroic reception at his home, Messi has made his mark in football, scripting his name into the history books of the game.
The dressing room celebration in Qatar was a tip of the iceberg. A sea of heads was awaiting the former Barcelona playmaker as he arrived in Argentina’s capital Bueno Aires with the 18-carat gold trophy.
It was a celebration galore at Bueno Aires as Messi stepped out of the airplane with the trophy, including his teammates and the team’s coaching crew.
The team alighted into an open-top bus, on which they were driven through the excited and cheering fans who reportedly numbered up to 4 million. However, the fans appeared to over helm the bus as the celebration continued.
The victory parade on an open-top bus had to be shortened due to the supporters’ excitement, and Messi and his teammates were then taken to a helicopter and flown close to the cheering crowd.
It was clear that the Bueno Aires crowd was out of control, and an open-top bus procession was powerless to stop them from approaching the players. As the festivities were in full swing, several people hijacked a police car.
As the festivities were in full swing, several people hijacked a police car. After returning from the winning parade in Bueno Aires, Lionel Messi was greeted with a gallant welcome at his Rosario home.
The 35-year-old returned to his hometown for the first time since winning the World Cup after what seemed to be riotous Bueno Aires celebrations forced him and his colleagues to be escorted aboard a helicopter.
Fans numbering up to hundreds crammed into the door of his lavishly furnished, gated home when he landed in Rosario. “Dale Campeon,” which translates to “Let’s go, champion,” was what they were chanting.
His wife, Antonella Roccuzzo, had to drive through a little opening that had to be cut through the heart of the mob by security guards in order for her to enter the building.
Messi began his football career playing for Newell’s Old Boys, a local team in Rosario, where he was also born.
Messi’s family moved from Rosario to Barcelona when he was a very young child.
Lionel Messi was developed in the Barcelona Academy, where he became one of the best football players ever recorded.
After sobbingly departing Barcelona, his childhood club, he is now a star player for Ligue 1 powerhouse Paris Saint-Germain. With PSG, he agreed to a two-year contract that would end in the summer of 2019.
His contract with PSG is up for renewal, although there have been whispers that he would leave for the Major League Soccer.
Messi regularly travels back to Rosario and his home, which is on a private estate called Kentucky in Funes.
The monster property, built on three adjoining plots of land in a gated private estate on the outskirts of the footballer’s home city of Rosario, has a huge cinema, gym, and underground garage with enough space for 15 cars.