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Egyptian and Saudi Arabian fans chant in Moscow on World Cup eve

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Egyptian and Saudi Arabian fans chant in Moscow on World Cup eve

Egyptian and Saudi Arabian fans chant in Moscow on World Cup eve

Egyptian and Saudi Arabian supporters sang and chanted in the central precinct of Moscow on the eve of the World Cup.

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Egyptian and Saudi Arabian fans chant in Moscow on World Cup eve

Egyptian and Saudi Arabian supporters sang and chanted in the central precinct of Moscow on the eve of the World Cup.

The World Cup begins on June 14 as Russia takes on Saudi Arabia in the opening match.




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