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Colombia's Foreign Office has reminded fans to behave themselves while in Russia after footage of a group of Colombia fans drinking liquor during their game against Japan emerged online.
As you can see in the footage below, three supporters congregate around the pair of fake binoculars.
It's clear that one man unscrews the cap to reveal a secret compartment dedicated to storing, what is reportedly, alcohol.
Colombia's Foreign Office has reminded fans to behave themselves while in Russia after a group of Colombian supporters used a pair of false binoculars to smuggle liquor into yesterday's Japan game.pic.twitter.com/zwxsDdtxvE- Carl Worswick (@cworswick) June 20, 2018
British journalist Carl Worswick confirmed that the they had been warned by the foreign office after the above incident came to light.
"Colombia's Foreign Office has reminded fans to behave themselves while in Russia after a group of Colombian supporters used a pair of false binoculars to smuggle liquor into yesterday's Japan game." he said.
Thousands and thousands of fans have flocked to Russia to support their respective nation, and they will no doubt be sampling the local delicacy which will include plenty of beverages.
Senegal fans go all out :flag_sn: pic.twitter.com/t3LZ56hF2E- Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 19, 2018
The clean up operation must be a nightmare. However, if you're on duty following a Senegal game, you're in safe hands.
Once Senegal beat Poland 2-1, fans cleaned up after themselves in brilliant scenes.
Fair play, Senegal fans. That is absolutely class. One of the best displays you'll see at the World Cup by a set of supporters. .
Meanwhile, as for the actual game, Senegal shocked Poland by securing all three points thanks to an own-goal and M'Baye Niang.
Coach Aliou Cisse is proud of his players while claiming the whole of Africa is rooting for Senegal.
"Senegal represent the whole African continent," he told reporters via Independent.
"We are Senegal but I can guarantee the whole of Africa is supporting the Senegal team. I get calls and lots of people are proud and we are proud to represent the African continent."
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