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https://youtu.be/0tkDIP6O56Y?t=29m54s

The fans start singing some chant, and they continue to do so till 00:31:20. I have tried to go through all the Argentina chants I could find on YouTube, but none seemed to match.

I believe I have heard this song also sung by football fans in the World Cup in the Argentina - Nigeria match played on Tuesday the 26th of June, somewhere around the 89th minute (but I am not really sure if it is the same song).

Can someone help me identify this chant, please?

  • is your link correct/ The ole ola thing is everywhere in Spanish. It is not a song, it's a chant. – Lambie Jun 30 '18 at 16:54
  • Question topic corrected to chant. Thank you – peter.babic Jun 30 '18 at 17:54
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It's a song that is adapted by soccer fans to a lot of clubs / nations, etc. You will hear it in other countries such as Perú. One version could be:

Ole, ole, ole,
Ole, ole, ole, ola,
Ole, ole, ole,
Cada día te quiero más,
Soy Argentino,
Es un sentimiento,
No puedo parar...
(Se Repite...)

As you can see soccer fans of other countries also use it (Perú):

I'm not sure this question belongs in Spanish SE. Maybe music or sports.

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