At least seven people have been injured after a taxi crashed into pedestrians on a pavement near Moscow's Red Square, according to local police.
Mexico supporters attending the World Cup were among those hurt during the incident in the city's Ilyinka Street on Saturday, reported the Interfax news agency in the Russian capital.
The agency that monitors Moscow's traffic safety said that the driver is a citizen of the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan, who allegedly told police that the crash was not intentional.
Police initially said that eight people were injured in the incident, later stating that seven had sought medical attention.
Two Mexican women are in a stable condition after the incident, the country's embassy in Moscow said on Twitter, adding that the women had been lightly injured and were receiving consular assistance.
Mexico are due to play Germany at the Luzhniki Stadium on Sunday in the Russian capital.