Tidy Senegalese fans removed plastic bottles and other trash left under chairs at the Spartak Stadium where they were sitting, after a match against Poland.
Tidy Senegal Fans Win Praise at World Cup Stadium
Nairobi News, 21 June 2018
Fans of Senegal and Japan football teams in Russia have been showered with praises cleaning up after themselves before leaving the stadium. Read more »
Senegal's 2-1 win over Poland has secured them three points, letting the Teranga Lions share the top spot of Group H with Japan. Senegal's victory comes after their fellow African ... Read more »
British billionaire Lord Sugar - who appears on The Apprentice - has been criticised for a tweet comparing Senegal's World Cup team to sellers on the "beach in Marbella", the BBC ... Read more »
It's do or die for both of these teams with Iceland having 1 point after a sensational draw with Argentina in their opening match, while Nigeria was left frustrated with a 2-0 loss ... Read more »
I bet half the continent was feeling hopeful that Senegal's dramatic win over Poland would bode well for the North African royals and with their gamechanger Mo Salah back in the ... Read more »
A Senegalese fan picking up papers.
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