A local police officer has amazed passing spectators in the World Cup host city of Rostov with his impressive football skills, cannily juggling a ball dozens of times.
The law enforcement official named Oleg bounced the ball more than 40 times, leaving a huge crowd of football fans who gathered around him open-mouthed.
The video showing Oleg’s juggling talent went viral, making the policeman a new internet star & proving that World Cup fever has taken over Russia.
#РостовнаДону и туристов удивил #полицейский Олег из Азова, более 40 раз отчеканив мяч. #Видео очевидцев стало популярным в Сети. #футбол #ФИФА2018 #FifaWorldCup2018 #russian #russianpolice #police pic.twitter.com/jBcsSP9nqv— Сайт МВД России (@mvd_official) June 19, 2018
Rostov-on-Don, one of Russia’s 11 World Cup host cities, was awarded the right to stage five games during the month-long football tournament. With the Brazil-Switzerland match already being played Rostov Arena will host four more matches, including a quarter-final between the winner of group G and group H runner-up.
Brazil and Switzerland attracted 43,109 spectators to the stadium, posting the venue’s new attendance record.