Colourful day in Qatar
Brazil's Richarlison, scores his second goal during their FIFA World Cup Group G match against Serbia at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, yesterday. (Photo: AP)
Richarlison's teammates surround him to celebrate his bicycle kick goal. (Photo: AP)
Ghana fans out in their bright and festive colours during their Group H match against Portugal at Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar, yesterday. (Photo: AP)
Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo scores this penalty kick to become the first man to score at five FIFA World Cups yesterday. (Photo: AP)
No, that's not a cockatoo. It's a Uruguay fan wearing a wig in the colours of his team's national flag. (Photo: AP)
Cameroon's Collins Fai (left) heads the ball away from Switzerland's Ruben Vargas during their Group G match at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar, yesterday. (Photo: AP)
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South Korea receive their fans' adulation after their 0-0 draw with Uruguay at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, yesterday.(Photo: AP)
This Cameroon fan came out in all his colours to cheer his team on at Al Janoub Stadium.(Photo: AP)

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