Japan & Senegal Fans Help Clean Up World Cup Stadiums

Japan & Senegal Fans Help Clean Up World Cup Stadiums

Japan & Senegal Fans Help Clean Up World Cup Stadiums

After their teams won surprising upsets, fans from Senegal and Japan each celebrated in the stadium, and when the partying was done, they stuck around and cleaned up.

After a pulsating soccer game watched by 40,000 fans, a stadium is generally left strewn with food wrappers, drinks containers and other bits of trash, leaving cleaning staff a daunting task. One clip of the clean-up operation, shared by Argentinean channel TyC Sports, has been viewed more than 4 million times. During the previous two World Cups, in 2002 and 2014, Russian Federation scored only six in total.

A shock 2-1 loss to Japan will be a "bitter memory" for Colombia, coach Jose Pekerman said on Tuesday, but he vowed the stamina and nerve showed by the South Americans despite being a man down will propel them to victories in Group H.

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Combined with the 5-0 win over Saudi Arabia on June 14, the 2018 FIFA World Cup hosts are now on the top of its Group A with six points. "We can make up for this first defeat in the next two matches".

In a chilling reminder of the murder of former Colombia defender Andres Escobar, who was gunned down just days after scoring an unfortunate own goal at the World Cup in 1994, several social media users have targeted the former Aston Villa player with vile messages threatening his life.

Japan-based football journalist Scott McIntyre told the BBC it was something that happens regularly at matches in Japan, and that it stems from habits drilled into people there from a young age. Seeing the famous Japanese fence known as the Samurai Blue Fans, it did not look ashamed at all. "An important aspect of Japanese society is making sure that everything is absolutely clean and that's the case in all sporting events and certainly also in football".

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