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After both Japan and Senegal won at the 2018 World Cup on Tuesday, you would expect their fans to flock to the streets in celebration.
"This is the first time that an Asian team has beaten a South American opponent at the World Cup", Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said in a press conference at the prime minister's office. They're not alone in promoting clean spectating: Senegalese fans have also been spotted indulging their tidying-up tendencies during this year's competition; the two teams face each other on Sunday, virtually ensuring a spick-and-span stadium afterward. Some viewers are seen even while cleaning the seat.
"It's not just part of the football culture but part of Japanese culture ..." People say that football is a reflection of culture. It is a habit drilled into citizens from a young age, with students expected to clean their school classrooms and hallways.
"Senegal achieved a historic triumph", Argentinian media outlet TyC Sports tweeted.
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Then Senegal claimed Africa's first win of this tournament, beating Poland 2-1.
Shinji Kagawa scored from the penalty spot and although Juan Quintero equalised late in the first half, Japan made their superior numbers count, with Osako heading in from a corner to seal the win.
Earlier, Russian and Ukrainian media reported on a group of Swiss fans who travelled to Rostov-on-Don by vehicle through eastern Ukraine, where a four-year conflict has killed more than 10,000 people, apparently unaware that it was a war zone and following their Global Positioning System.
Japan and Senegal will be facing off on June 24.