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The first World Cup game of 2018 between Brazil and Ivory Coast was played in the capital Brasilia.

Brazil had won 4-0 on aggregate, but the game was abandoned after 45 minutes due to a firework that caused some of the fans to lose consciousness.

Brazil’s players were also seen to be shaken by the firework.

The World Cup in Brazil is not a normal tournament, and the fans that took part in the game are not normally the sort of people who would take part in a match with fireworks.

Instead, the Brazil fans were mostly young men from the city of Manaus who were not involved in the fireworks.

They took part to cheer on their country, but not as a celebration of the event, but to celebrate the fact that Brazil won the tournament.

The fans in the stands were seen cheering on their team.

The fireworks were created by fireworks company Girona and was supposed to be shown to the crowd.

They were set off in the stadium at 8:30 pm local time (11:30 am GMT) on Friday.

However, it was not seen in time, and at around 1:30am on Saturday, the fireworks were seen again and the fireworks show was cancelled.

It is understood that the fireworks company was also responsible for the set off of the first World War II World Cup fireworks, in which the Netherlands defeated Germany, in Amsterdam in 1955.

The Dutch fans did not take part to celebrate.

According to the Brazilian newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo, Brazilians have started a campaign to ban fireworks in stadiums, as the fireworks display is not good for the environment.

In a statement released on Saturday night, Brazilian football association (CONA) said that it is taking measures to ban the use of fireworks in the stadiums.

The Confederations Cup is not being played this year in the city because of the firestorm.

However the Confederations are not the only ones.

FIFA is currently organising the Confederions in Germany in the autumn of 2021.

The Brazilian Football Federation is also organising a World Cup for 2021 in South Africa.