Following a historic win over Colombia, Japanese soccer fans at the 2018 FIFA World Cup amazed the world by cleaning up the stadium in Moscow, Russia where the match took place.
The world is once again noting Japan’s impressive display of cleanliness and consideration at the competitive quadrennial international tournament. What’s more incredible is that other countries are now following suit, with Colombian and Senegalese fans also seen cleaning up with their opponents. Though this isn’t the first time Japanese soccer fans have attracted praise for their sporting manners. During the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Japanese fans were applauded for cleaning up trash into blue garbage bags that they previously used to cheer.
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#TyCSportsMundial Senegal consiguió un triunfo histórico. Pero sus hinchas en lugar de festejar a minutos de terminado el partido, se encargan de limpiar su sector antes de retirarse. #RESPECT. pic.twitter.com/RiKovpfmoT
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