Japan and Senegal fans clean stadiums after World Cup matches

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One clip of the clean-up operation, shared by Argentinean channel TyC Sports, has been viewed more than 4 million times. The tweet stated: 'Senegal achieved a historic triumph.

"But their fans instead of celebrating minutes after the game are responsible for cleaning their sector before leaving #Respect".

By beating Poland, albeit in somewhat controversial circumstances, Senegal saved not just their country's but their continent's blushes.

Senegal and Japan have been part of the uprising of the underdogs at this World Cup, in the mix among the lower-ranked teams that are surprisingly taking points from the favorites. You could say they had a stake after all the co-hosted the championship with Korea, but African representatives Senegal who only Tuesday showed class by being the first African country competing in Russian Federation to win a match re-enacted what Japanese fans did four years ago by cleaning up the stadium 40 minutes after their match against Poland. "We can make up for this first defeat in the next two matches".

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Senegal's fans were not the only ones winning praise on social media for their sense of social responsibility. Fans of the Japanese team, nicknamed "Blue Samurai", whipped out large trash bags they had brought along, scouring the stands for litter at Saransk following the game.

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.

His sending-off in the third minute, for a deliberate handball, was the second fastest in World Cup history after Uruguay's Jose Batista was dismissed after 55 seconds against Scotland in 1986. We want to show that all other sporting events, including football in Japan, are also clean.

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