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Latin Americans fans outnumber Europeans’ in Russia

DNMUM416508 | 6/19/2018 | Author : Sumit Chaturvedi | WC :471

Russmatazz FIFA World Cup 2018

Inside the stadiums, the best teams are competing against each other but outside the stadiums, it is fans against the fans.
From the middle of Moscow, at the famous Red square to the pubs, restaurant and public places, fans are competing against each other.
But nothing to match the enthusiasm of Latin American teams in Russia. Thousands of miles away from their homes, they are calling it their second home for the next few days.
The absence of Italy and The Netherlands from this World Cup is clearly visible in small European fan base in Russia and the supporters of Argentina, Brazil and Mexico have outnumbered European fans everywhere here.
The support was clearly visible in Mexico vs Germany match, where the cheer
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