Senegal: Tidy Senegal Fans Win Praise for This Gesture at World Cup

A Senegalese fan picking up papers.

Fans of Senegal and Japan football teams in Russia have been showered with praises cleaning up after themselves before leaving the stadium.

Videos that have since gone viral on social media show fans of of the two countries picking up plastic bottles and other trash left underneath chairs from the different rows of their stadia.

Japan made history as 1st Asian team to defeat a S. American team in #WorldCup. But what happened after is just as impressive. A friend sent me this video of Japanese fans cleaning the stadium after the game. They actually brought the blue trash bags with them. Class act. #COLJAP pic.twitter.com/uPL7XyxD8g

- J.R. (@JRHDZV) June 19, 2018

Senegalese fans pick up trash after the #WorldCup match against Poland.

Last world cup Japan did it, this time Senegal 👏🇸🇳 pic.twitter.com/4io8ocu0nP

- Troll Football Media (@Troll__Footbal) June 20, 2018

Netizens were awed by the gesture of discipline. This is what they had to say.

Such discipline!!! pic.twitter.com/X039qYMecv

-- Vincent Chase (Mr.V) (@Mr_subway___) June 19, 2018

Japanese and Korean fans same

-- Faz Hussain (@Faz65) June 19, 2018

When your team winning, easy to do some good thing 😏

-- Kickout__ (@kickout__) June 19, 2018

Senegal 🇸🇳 leads by example

-- Junior (@Kfreh1) June 19, 2018

This how you represent your Country. Well done Senegal.

-- Muhammad Akbar (@m_akbar402) June 20, 2018

Amazing

Such humility worth emulating

-- Banku Dade (@Enn_wae) June 19, 2018

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