Brazilians celebrate their World Cup victory with a parade in Brasilia on Thursday.
The crowd was chanting “Brazil!” and “God Save Brazil!” and waving flags and placards.
As the ball dropped in the 13th minute, hundreds of Brazilians celebrated on the streets in Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo’s Olympic Stadium and Rio’s Olympic stadium.
At the other end of the field, the supporters sang and danced in front of their national stadium.
The crowd at the Maracana stadium chanted, “Brazil!
Brazil!” as the players’ national anthem, “We Are One,” played in the background.
Brazilians also held a candlelight vigil on Thursday in Sao Paolo, where they celebrated their victory over England in the final match of the tournament.
During the celebrations, many Brazilians sang songs about their heroes, including Maradona, who became the first player to score in two World Cups.
In Rio, thousands of fans turned out to celebrate their team’s achievement with a candlelit march and rally.
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