Senegal Manager Aliou Cisse Is The Coolest Man At The World Cup

Sherman Parsons
June 21, 2018

A video showed fans removing rubbish from the Otkrytiye Arena, in Moscow, after they'd gone insane following their win (which we can't blame them for).

Japanese fans impressed World Cup viewers after they were seen cleaning up the stadium following their team's victory against Colombia.

After the soccer teams' jobs were done in Saransk's Mordovia Arena, Japanese fans got to work cleaning up the stadium, reaching down under chairs and on the ground to pick up litter others had left behind.

While Senegal beat Poland 2-1, Egypt and Morocco could be eliminated inside the first week, while Nigeria and Tunisia lost their opening encounters.

The Blue Samurai supporters did likewise at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, with Japan-based football journalist Scott McIntyre explaining that cleanliness is considered a vitally important part of everyday life in the country.

Japan-based soccer journalist Scott McIntyre is following the team across Russian Federation, and told the BBC such cleanliness is to be expected from the fans.

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Their actions touched the hearts of the world on social media as they were praised for their efforts and representing the game in a positive light.

Both teams had reason to celebrate on June 19.

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

Japan's Yuya Osako (second right) celebrates after scoring their second goal during the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup Group H against Colombia at the Mordovia Arena in Saransk.

Not bad, Senegal and Japan.

Not only did these teams impress World Cup viewers - their fans did, too.

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