Japanese Soccer Fans Have Inspired Other World Cup Fans to Clean Up After Matches
Japanese soccer fans may have started a positive tradition at the World Cup games after viral images showed them cleaning their section of the stadium after their team’s matches.
The act, which has since gained the world’s respect and admiration after going viral online, has inspired fans of other teams to do the same.
After Japan’s World Cup opener with Colombia, Japanese fans were seen picking up trash before leaving the venue. Inspired by the gesture, some Colombian fans also started collecting garbage in their area.
Senegal fans were also filmed cleaning after their win over Poland.
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