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SUPPORTERS of the Netherlands soccer team painted Cape Town's central business district orange on Tuesday night to celebrate their first trip to the World Cup final in 32 years, after their squad's 3-2 win over Uruguay.
Clad in all sorts of orange attire and blowing vuvuzelas, throngs of Dutch fans bade Cape Town farewell before their trip to Johannesburg for the final at Soccer City on Sunday.
The fans roamed the streets of Cape Town until the wee hours of yesterday morning, screaming "Sneijder, Kuyt, Van Bommel , Robben, Van Bronckhorst", the names of key players in the Netherlands squad.
They were joined by meter-taxi drivers who were hooting all the way.
Some of city's pubs and restaurants were open until 5am at the request of zealous Dutch supporters.
"I have never seen this in Cape Town, it was magnificent and I want to thank God that I was able to witness this happening in my country. The Dutch and all the other teams who played here made the experience of the World Cup even more exciting," said Capetonian Celeste Booysen.
Club Orange Supporters chairperson Lloyd Vandenburg said: "We are going to paint Johannesburg orange on Sunday before taking the title back to the Netherlands."