The far-right thug, leader of the official Russian supporters group, has previously been photographed performing a Nazi salute.At the time the ultras were held in a closed area at Nice airport ahead of a scheduled flight to Moscow.Shprygin - who has been pictured alongside President Vladmir Putin - had been put on a plane home with 19 other fans involved in the violence that has marred Euro 2016.
He is understood to have been held inside the stadium in Toulouse for the match against Wales.
On Saturday the Russia football fan leader had proudly unfurled a hooligan flag as he was kicked out of France.
The leader of the Russian 'Ultra' thugs who attacked England fans and was deported to Moscow has been held in FRANCE again - just two days later.
Earlier this evening Alexander Shprygin claimed on Twitter he had slipped in "under cover of darkness" posing as "a tourist".
Read more: Russian Euro 2016 football hooligans deported from France The gang of 20 were part of a larger group of around 150 Russians detained on Tuesday following violent disorder around England’s 1-1 draw with Russia last Saturday.
Three have been jailed for between one and two years.But on an account claiming to be his Twitter feed today he appeared to have documented his journey to Toulouse where the match is being held in a series of tweets.Shprygin tweeted that a bus he appeared to be travelling on had been stopped for checks by authorities.The detention of Shprygin – an assistant to Igor Lebedev the deputy chairman of Russia’s parliament – and his fellow fans had prompted an angry response from the Moscow government.He then appeared to tweet a photo of himself brazenly standing outside the stadium before the match.On Saturday smirking Shprygin had brazenly waved the Russian flag with a snarling bear painted on it from the door of the airbus.