MOSCOW - Beads of sweat trickled down their faces, as they sang and shouted until they were hoarse. But still they persisted, banging their fists against the train walls, jumping up and down until the entire carriage shook.
One of them then began exchanging friendly headbutts with another Russian who had appeared from nowhere in ice hockey gear, much to the amusement of other mobile-phone wielding passengers.
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