The FIFA World Cup trophy reached in Pakistan on Saturday.
As part of its global journey ahead of the World Cup 2018 in Russia, the FIFA trophy was unveiled in Lahore on the CocaCola FIFA World Cup Trophy tour.
The FIFA trophy visiting 91 cities across 51 countries and six continents before settling back in host-nation Russia in May.
Former French World Cup winner Christian Karembeu, former Pakistan cricket captain Younis Khan, singers Quratulain Baloch, Momina Mustehsan, actor Maya Ali and other top local figures brought the trophy on a special chartered flight from Thailand to Pakistan.
The FIFA World Cup trophy, introduced in 1974, is made of 18 karat gold with a malachite base, and stands 36.8 centimetres high and weighs 6.1 kilograms.