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Argentine fans invade Sao Paulo for semi-final

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Over 6 thousand Argentines arrived in Sao Paulo between yesterday and today to cheer the Albiceleste against the Netherlands in the World Cup semi-finals, according to Ezeiza airport and Aeroparque airport sources.

The fans wander the Corinthians Arena dressed and painted in sky blue and white, some of them still aiming to buy a ticket for the match, which cost around 2 thousand American dollars.

The stadium doors opened at 2pm but the game for the finals starts at 5pm. The winner will face Germany, who humiliated the hosts Brazil 7-1 in a historic game yesterday.

Argentine fans, which popularized a song mocking Brazil based on Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Bad moon Rising” during this Wolrd Cup, already debuted a new cheer about yesterday’s astonishing defeat.

“Ole ole, ole ole ola, el 7 a 1 no se olvida nunca más” (“we will never forget the 7-1”), fans sang today from the Corinthians arena whereabouts.

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