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Fairytale reception for world champions Spain

The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.
The Spanish squad flew home in a fairytale moment for the country after years of dashed hopes at the World Cup. A huge cheer erupted from a crowd gathered at Madrid airport when goalkeeper Iker Casillas emerged from the team's plane with coach Vicente del Bosque and held aloft the golden trophy. The squad then met with Spain's Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero before taking an open top bus in a victory parade through the capital, where raucous celebrations were entering their second day.

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