Heavy rain damaged one of Russia's newly-built World Cup stadiums on Sunday after the tournament ended with the final in Moscow.
Hours after a mesmerising World Cup and a final which saw France triumph, heavy rain in Russia on Sunday damaged one of the stadiums newly-built for the football extravaganza.
Footage from the southern city of Volgograd showed a fresh landslide on an embankment near the stadium, which made a several-metre-deep hole in it and covered a sidewalk with mud.
A spokesman for the state-owned company overseeing the construction said there were also leaks inside the stadium which could take up to a week to repair.
Volgograd Arena, a stadium that can accommodate up to 45,000 spectators, was built for the World Cup at a cost over 16 billion rubles ($257 million), according to data on the regional government's website.