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Japanese fans show the way at FIFA 2022, clean garbage after match; Qatar residents share VIDEO

The Japanese fans also told why they decided to clean the stadium when the man behind the camera asked.

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New Delhi: Ahead of the match between Germany and Japan at the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, the fans of the Samurai Blue won the heart of people around the world for their goodwill act. A video of Japanese fans cleaning the garbage from the stadium after a match between has now gone viral on the internet. It was the first match of the 2022 world cup, held on November 20.

The video was shared on Instagram by TSN on Tuesday. The video has so far received over 3 lakh views and more than 24 thousand likes.

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The Japanese fans also told why they decided to clean the stadium when the man behind the camera asked. They said that they never ”leave rubbish behind them”. ”We respect the place. We are doing it for publicity,” added Japanese fans.

Below here one can check how netizens react on Twitter after watching Japanese fans cleaning garbage despite the fact it was not their home team.

”Japanese soccer fans cleaning up their garbage after the WC soccer match in Russia. A nation is not built with mere words,” wrote a football on Twitter.

”The Japanese and Senegalese fans cleaning up their sections is cute and all but are y’all really in the habit of leaving your garbage for others to clean, so much so that it’s a huge shock when people clean up after themselves?,” said another user.

”Cleaning the garbage after Fun! These are the Japanese football (or soccer) fans who cleaned the stadium after the match. Not just that, they collected all the national flags (of whichever country) thrown on the ground separately. Interestingly they were not paid to do that OR,” said a third user.

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