World Cup 2018: Helpful Japan and Senegal Fans Pick Up Trash After Matches
Some mighty tidy soccer fans helped clean up trash left in the stands after World Cup games.
The famously chill fans of Team Japan were caught on camera picking up after themselves following their 2-1 win over Colombia at Mordovia Arena Tuesday in Saransk, Russia.
Japanese fans even used trash bags they brought themselves specifically for that purpose, according to the Guardian.
And this isn't even the first time this has been witnessed. The Japanese folks who traveled to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup did the same thing.
But this year, the fastidious fans from Japan have company.
After their win over Poland, which was also Tuesday, Senegalese fans were recorded on video helping out volunteers who'd normally be tasked with bagging up all the litter.
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