British fan missing in Russia
Relatives of the fan said that he had not turned up since last week.
Relatives of the British fan, who came to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, declared him missing, Sovetsky Sport reports.
According to Reuters, the fans' relatives said that he had not turned up since last week. One of Douglas Moreton's relatives wrote on his pages that the man was last seen on July 6 in Samara, England played with Sweden in the quarterfinals match.
He was expected to catch a train back to Moscow, the relative said, adding they believed he had made the journey as his credit card had been used in the Russian capital.
They described him as around 5ft in tall, having a Bristol accent, wearing glasses and rarely being cleanly shaven.
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