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World Cup fans enjoying their time in Russia

So Russia are through. Before the world cup there were fears the hosts would be humiliated on the pitch. And not just that. But that the tournament may be marred by political tension and fan violence. But one week in, it's all going swimmingly. Lance Santos reports from Moscow. Beyond The Game is a five times a week show that tells you everything you need to know about your favourite sports. We’ll be at the biggest events bringing you exclusive features and the best interviews. It is your one stop shop for sport, Monday to Friday at 1630 GMT. Beyond The Game: http://trt.world/beyondthegame #WorldCup #WorldCup2018 #RussiaWorldCup

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