Japanese players leave locker room spotless after crushing World Cup loss

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"Last but not least, I am also a supporter of the national team".

However, the effect of his exit will be lessened once the Saints round-off negotiations to sign FC Basel forward Mohamed Elyounoussi, as the club near a £16 million deal, according to Sky Sports.

Despite impressing in Mexico, he is considering offers from Europe as well as a return to Japan. But the reason why he's in the category of the very best strikers is that when he gets three chances in a game, he scores two.

"Messi and Ronaldo are out now but a lot of good players are still in the World Cup".

"We were not afraid to play against Belgium and we showed that for 90 minutes but unfortunately we couldn't win but I'm proud of the team because we played aggressively and all Japanese people I think are proud of us".

If only the rest of the world could take a note from Japan's World Cup contingent, than maybe the world would be a brighter, friendlier, and cleaner place.

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Mexico were much more aggressive in the first 15 minutes of the match, but Brazil were prepared for that. It was Brazil's 227th goal at the World Cup , meaning they overtake Germany as the all-time top scorers.

"I feel angry not to go, we could have been there, but I want Belgium to be world champion for my friend Lukaku", Sanchez told Fox Sports.

"I'm so frustrated", 32-year-old Ryota Iwakiri said bitterly, trying to comprehend the sudden collapse, as others around him tried to hold back tears.

But he was back to his best despite 35 degrees Celsius temperatures at the Samara Arena, as Brazil overtook Germany as the World Cup's highest scorers.

'In less than six seconds we covered the whole pitch. Only a day earlier, he was rhetorically asking how he would attack a team like Belgium, citing its third place in the world's Federation Internationale de Football Association ranking and Japan's place 58 places down the list at 61.

With so many presumptive title contenders now eliminated from the tournament, and other leading candidates not looking near as impressive as most expected them to, this could be ideal chance for Belgium to make a very deep run. "We have top players and we play as a group, especially after the win over England", said Chelsea star Hazard.