Hundreds of Socceroos fans turned out at Sydney's Pitt Street Mall this morning eager to get a glimpse of the newly-crowned Asian Champions.
Goal-scoring heroes Massimo Luongo and James Troisi were popular figures amongst the adoring crowd, inundated with autograph and photo requests from fans.
Fan-favourites Tim Cahill and Mat Ryan were also in high demand, while the biggest cheer was for Mile Jedinak after the skipper lifted the Asian Cup trophy.
Relive the colour and fan-fare with our Tweets below!
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