"According to the information we have, everything went well in Rostov. There was an incident with a Brazilian fan losing his passport but we have a temporary consulate here so a new passport was issued for him immediately. I don't know about any other incidents with fans," Salgado told journalists.

Five-time World Cup winners Brazil will play Costa Rica on Friday and Serbia on June 27 in their remaining two Group E fixtures.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will continue until July 15, with the matches set to be played in 11 cities across Russia.