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Valencia & # 39; s players celebrated their Copa del Rey triumph with bus parade on Sunday

Valencia celebrates Copa del Rey wins Barcelona with bus stop before manager Marcelino Garcia Toral cries while the party continues in the Mestalla

  • The Valencia players celebrated their Copa del Rey triumph with a bus tour
  • Less than 24 hours after beating Barcelona, ​​Valencia celebrated with their fans
  • The parade brought the team to the Mestalla where Marcelino Garcia Toral cried
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The Valencia team took to the streets on Sunday during a bus parade to celebrate their victory over Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final.

Less than 24 hours after beating Barca 2-1 in Seville, the victorious team of Marcelino Garcia Toral showed their trophy for fans in Valencia.

Thousands of supporters walked the streets to catch a glimpse of their heroes before the bus arrived at the Mestalla, where a stage had been set up on the field.

Valencia & # 39; s players celebrated their Copa del Rey triumph with bus parade on Sunday

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Valencia & # 39; s players celebrated their Copa del Rey triumph with bus parade on Sunday

Thousands of supporters stood in the streets catching a glimpse of their heroes at the weekend

Thousands of supporters stood in the streets catching a glimpse of their heroes at the weekend

Thousands of supporters stood in the streets catching a glimpse of their heroes at the weekend

The bus later arrived in the Mestalla, where a stage was set up on the field

The bus later arrived in the Mestalla, where a stage was set up on the field

The bus later arrived in the Mestalla, where a stage was set up on the field

Manager Marcelino was on the podium in tears while giving a speech.

His players jumped up and down while the confetti rained from above.

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The bat mascot of Valencia, Murcielago, also got involved in the festivities.

Saturday's win over Barca – delivered with goals from Kevin Gameiro and Rodrigo – saw Valencia claim their first trophy since 2008.

Marcelino's current contract expires at the end of the following season.

Valencia manager Marcelino Garcia Toral waved to fans of a podium

Valencia manager Marcelino Garcia Toral waved to fans of a podium

Marcelino in tears while delivering a speech

Marcelino in tears while delivering a speech

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Valencia manager Marcelino Garcia Toral was in tears on stage while giving a speech

The bat mascot of Valencia, Murcielago, also became involved in the festivities in the Mestalla

The bat mascot of Valencia, Murcielago, also became involved in the festivities in the Mestalla

The bat mascot of Valencia, Murcielago, also became involved in the festivities in the Mestalla

Saturday's victory over Barca in Seville saw Valencia claim their first trophy since 2008

Saturday's victory over Barca in Seville saw Valencia claim their first trophy since 2008

Saturday's victory over Barca in Seville saw Valencia claim their first trophy since 2008

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