Twitter erupted at a funny image of Putin and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia shaking hands after Russia's first World Cup goalGet the Full Story6Flavs Twitter
The 2018 World Cup kicked off on Thursday with the opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
After Russia scored the first goal of the tournament, president Vladimir Putin gave Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman a shrug and a handshake that was captured by cameras.
Twitter was quick to react to the interaction, imagining the possible conversations surrounding the handshake.
The 2018 World Cup kicked off on Thursday with Russia beating Saudi Arabia, 5-0, in the opening match.
While the rest of the tournament will be filled with iconic and memorable moments on the pitch, it's likely that the lasting image from the opening game of the tournament will be the shrug and consequent handshake Russian president Vladimir Putin gave Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman after the first goal of the game.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: NFL cheerleaders reveal the best and worst parts of their jobSee Also:A Russian stadium had to add enormous bleachers for the World Cup and it looks frighteningUS, Canada, and Mexico win joint bid to host the 2026 FIFA World CupSpain has stunned the soccer world by firing its manager Julen Lopetegui the day before the World Cup here's whySEE ALSO: Here's how far every team in the World Cup will have to travel and one team is at a significant disadvantage