A MEXICAN World Cup fan sparked a three-day search after fears he was drugged and kidnapped... only to find out he was partying with a blonde Russian.\r\nMarried lawyer Francisco Javier Mata Sanchez failed to turn up for\u00a0Mexico's 1-0 win against Germany\u00a0after leaving a bar in Moscow holding the hand of\u00a0Alita Gamzatova three days prior.\r\nSanchez had told his brother and two friends he was going to the bathroom, but instead crept out of the pub to enjoy himself with Gamzatova.\r\nHis brother Nicolas then alerted the Mexican embassy, who worked with Russian authorities to try and track down the party animal.\r\n\u00a0\r\nSanchez - who has a young baby with his wife - turned out to be staying at the woman's house, to allay fears he had been kidnapped.\r\nHis partner previously criticised Sanchez over his irresponsible behaviour, and his alleged cheating.\r\nShe told reporters: "We have a 10-month-old daughter and I do not want her to grow up without a father."\r\nWhile Mexican spokeswoman\u00a0Nayerli Cecena revealed he had "several days of partying" in the Russian capital.\r\n\u00a0\r\nCenena added: "The important thing is he is okay and with his people (his brother and friends). Everything else that happened is a personal matter. He will continue with his trip."\r\nSanchez is yet to publicly speak about the incident, but one person who has been left angered is his Russian friend Gamzatova.\r\nShe told reporters: "It is an unpleasant story. I was slandered by\u00a0Francisco's brother by him saying that I had kept him 'under custody', I had drugged him and robbed him. But it was nothing like that."\r\nOne thing is for certain... Sanchez has a whole lot of explaining to do once he gets back to Mexico.