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Germany given heroes' welcome home

World champion Germany have arrived back home in Berlin after landing their fourth World Cup title.

BERLIN -- Germany's World Cup-winning squad returned home on Tuesday to celebrate the country's fourth title in front of thousands of fans.

Die Nationalmannschaft's plane touched down at Berlin's Tegel Airport in the morning after circling the "fan mile" in front of the landmark Brandenburg Gate.

Captain Philipp Lahm carried the World Cup trophy off the aircraft to cheers and a chorus of "Football's Coming Home" from fans gathered on the airport's viewing terrace.

He was followed by midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, draped in a German flag and sporting a bandage under his right eye -- the result of a cut following a blow from Sergio Aguero in the 1-0 win over Argentina in the final on Sunday.

From the airport, the team set off for downtown Berlin in a bus painted with the years of Germany's World Cup victories; the previous occasions were in 1954, 1974 and 1990.

They were to make the last part of the trip to the Brandenburg Gate on an open-top bus. The "fan mile" started filling up hours before their arrival, with some waiting overnight to get a place at the front.

"We're all excited to see what it will be like," Schweinsteiger told ARD television. "This time, thank God, we have the cup with us.

"It will only sink in for us in the next few days."

Germany paraded the World Cup trophy around on an open-top bus.

Germany's plane was about an hour behind schedule, with its departure from Rio de Janeiro delayed after a luggage truck hit the aircraft and damage to the paintwork had to be inspected.

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