Argentina’s World Cup celebrations has now completely gone wrong after a fan died on Tuesday, MySportDab reports.
This happened during Tuesday’s victory parade after their win over France in the World Cup final.
Lionel Messi and his teammates won the nation’s first World Cup trophy since 1986 and millions of fans in Argentina came out to party.
But, Tuesday’s bus parade immediately had to be cut short due to safety concerns as fans jumped onto the bus with the players.
Now, the Buenos Aires Ministry of Health has revealed that another fan died in hospital due to a head injury from celebrating.
According to police in Buenos Aires, the man was jumping on the roof, celebrating Argentina’s win until the roof broke and he fell to his death.
In a statement, his family revealed that the man mistook ‘a plastic sheet’ for a good roof which was actually a temporary roof.
He died despite being rushed to the Fernández Hospital in Buenos Aires.
Also, A five-year-old boy is now in critical condition in coma after sustaining a serious head injury in Plaza San Martin, while celebrating Argentina’s World Cup win.
More stories of shocking events are now emerging one day after Argentina’s bus parade through Buenos Aires.
Messi and his teammates immediately had to be evacuated in helicopters after fans tried to enter the team’s bus.
The helicopters carrying the footballers to the Argentine Football Association’s (AFA) training facilities HQ near Ezeiza Airport.
The streets of Buenos Aires had been mobbed with fans for the open-top bus parade, which was planned to be eight hours long.
Buenos Aires celebration packed with ~5m people. The Argentina team bus couldn’t drive through, so they had to call in helicopters 🤯 pic.twitter.com/Yc5eLUpFDS
— Trung Phan (@TrungTPhan) December 20, 2022