Japanese World Cup Fans Clean Up The Stadium After Winning Against Colombia

Adjust Comment Print

Cisse captained Senegal - who qualified from Bafana Bafana's group for this year's showpiece - to their first ever win in World Cup history when a talented 2002 generation upset France in the opener of that year's tournament.

Japan and Senegal meet in a Group H clash on Sunday and, judging from their behaviour earlier this week, the stadium could be left cleaner than it ever has been before.

While the Senegalese supporters could have been forgiven for going on a wild party the second the match ended, instead they did something far better.

Senegal's coach Aliou Cisse's celebration when his team scored the winning goal against Poland in their World Cup opening game has become an internet sensation.

They showed up at the World Cup match sporting trash bags.

Separation of immigrant families on the border, taking the worldwide spotlight
But an official told CBS News the president misspoke and the White House put out a statement endorsing both bills. Nielsen went on to explain that a child will only be separated from its family "if the adult has broken a law".

Theresa may speech: PM claims taxpayers will fund £20billion NHS boost
The PM has just announced a grand new plan to invest in the National Health Service. She noted: "I'm one of those people who have had their lives saved by the NHS".

Kouyate: Poland will be our first final
This is Senegal's second appearance at the World Cup and it's the second time the team has come away with a monumental win. Poland striker Arkadiusz Milik is expected to be fit for the match against Senegal , despite suffering a hand injury.

Japan-based football writer Scott McIntyre told the BBC that cleaning up after themselves is something that is drilled into these supporters from a young age back home.

"You often hear people say that football is a reflection of culture".

Winless in their six previous World Cup games on European soil, Japan went ahead in the opening minutes thanks to a Shinji Kagawa penalty.

Fans of both Senegal and Japan would've been expected to celebrate their nations' wins at the 2018 FIFA World Cup by pouring out onto the streets in celebration. One clip of the clean-up operation, shared by Argentinean channel TyC Sports, has been viewed more than 4 million times.

Not only did these teams impress World Cup viewers - their fans did, too. The Lions of Teranga's next match is against Japan on 24 June.