I don’t really have a way of adequately describing the feeling of euphoria that exploded when Argentina won yesterday. I was with a group of friends in a huge bar in Plaza Serrano and the atmosphere had been fun yet nervous throughout the match. People were constantly singing, especially “Brasil, decime que se siente” but “Estamos sufriendo!” (“We are suffering!”) seemed to be the general sentiment as the game went on and on with no clear winner. Argentina had some good chances and some good shots but nothing came of it. The second half of the overtime I could hardly watch the screen, I was so nervous. Each half felt hours long! When it was time for penalties everyone was standing up and screaming and upon Argentina’s fourth successful penalty, the whole bar exploded in joyful celebration. Shortly after, as people were leaving the different bars and cafes, the streets filled and the cars were stuck in masses of people singing, clapping, dancing and hugging. The honking and the celebrations lasted for hours and around the Obelisco downtown, thousands of people were jumping and singing and dancing. What a day, what a night!