TENS of thousands of jubilant Chelsea fans lined the streets of Fulham yesterday to mark the club's historic Champions League win.
Less then 24-hours after the team had beaten hosts Bayern Munich on penalties in a nerve-wracking final, the Blues were back in West London celebrating the end to their incredible season.
All but written off following the departure of manager Andres Villas-Boas earlier this year, the club - under the guidance of interim manager and Chelsea legend Roberto Di Matteo - went on to win the FA Cup as well as becoming the first London team to be crowned Champions of Europe.
On Sunday afternoon, the team paraded the trophies on an open top bus around the borough, leaving Stamford Bridge at 4pm before stopping briefly at Eel Brook Common and finishing at Parsons Green.
Exuberant fans, armed with flags, horns and whistles, flocked to the area in their thousands, some even scaling lamp posts and clambering on bus stops to catch a glimpse of the historic team.
Ecstatic Chelsea fan, Jack Doyle, 25, said: "It has been an incredible weekend, the game was a rollercoaster of emotions and to do the double in a season where everyone has doubted the club is just amazing. You could see how much it meant to all the players on the bus and the atmosphere was electric around Parsons Green, I am off to celebrate with an ice cream."
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