Sarang Baloch to wave Pakistan's flag at FIFA World Cup 2018 opening ceremony [SuchTV] 14 Jun, 2018

Sarang Baloch, a footballer from Dera Ismail Khan, will wave Pakistan’s flag at the opening ceremony, Football for Friendship programme coordinator Fahad Khan said.Baloch is the FIFA-sponsored programme's Young Ambassador .“It is an honour for me to be Pakistan’s flag-bearer at the mega-event,” Baloch said.The 2018 FIFA World Cup gets under way on Thursday when hosts Russia face Saudi Arabia following an opening ceremony at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium.The ceremony will start at 3:30pm BST (7:30pm PST), just 30 minutes before the opening game.The event will focus on a series of musical acts, with Robbie Williams headlining.Around 500 dancers, gymnasts and trampolinists will also be performing in an opening extravaganza that will pay homage to all things Russian.

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