Mexican And Colombian Fans Lift A Disabled Egyptian Supporter So He Can Watch The Game
This is what the World Cup is all about.
The FIFA fan zone is a melting pot of different cultures. But supporters watching on all share the same passion and dedication towards football.
The 2018 World Cup started on Thursday with the tournament hosts thrashing Saudi Arabia 5-0.
And on Friday, Egypt kicked-off their Russian venture by taking on Uruguay.
Though not all Egypt fans were lucky enough to snap up a match-day ticket.
So the next best spot to cheer on your country is the FIFA fan zone in Moscow.
And one Egyptian lad had a pretty good view of the screen thanks to a joint effort from Colombian and Mexican fans, who lifted up his wheelchair so he could clearly watch the game.
Mexicans & Colombians carry a disabled Egyptian fan to watch a game in the FIFA fan zone.
The most beautiful game forever pic.twitter.com/LOX371s10R
- The Touchline (@TouchLineGames) June 17, 2018
Mexico :flag_mx: and Columbia :flag_co: fans lift a disabled Egyptian :flag_eg: fan so he can clearly watch the game in the fan zone! That's what's the #WorldCup is all about :soccer::hearts: pic.twitter.com/GAVd98flQl
- Mohamed Osama (@_DrOsama) June 16, 2018
The beautiful game.