Surely you've already seen some of the videos that surf on social media where Mexicans are seen celebrating euphorically for being part of the history of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, whether it's dancing, singing Cielito Lindo, and more.
However, something that has managed to catch the attention of the world is that the website Once Diario, noted that long before the World Cup began, Mexicans went to bars of the iconic Red Square and finished the liquor reserve of most of the bars, in a party that lasted several hours until early morning on Wednesday.
Mexicans have managed to become the Kings and Queens of the party in Russia, due to their songs and dances, and many foreigners do not miss the chance to take a photo or video with them in the moment.
Here are some videos:
EL NUEVO HIMNO DE MÉXICO!! 🇲🇽— Los Expulsados (@losexpulsados) June 13, 2018
🎵Como Zague, la tengo como Zague🎵...
Mundial sin mexicanos.... ¡¡NO ES MUNDIAL!! 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/P4UJkEbOyq