24 Nov 2022 16:04 GMT
The supporters of the Japanese team did not break with their tradition either and removed the rubbish from the stands of the stadium after the game.
The Japan national team players, along with the technical members of the team, did not get carried away by emotions after their historic 2-1 victory against Germany at the World Cup in Qatar and thoroughly cleaned their locker room before leaving it, while leaving origami paper cranes and a thank you note.
Likewise, the fans of the Japanese team, who in previous editions of the tournament, such as in Brazil and Russia, have already captured the attention of the media with their work cleaning the stands after the matches, this time they did not break with tradition either and rubbish was removed from around him at the Khalifa Stadium in Doha.
From FIFA they appreciated such a gesture and published an image that shows how immaculate the dressing room was. “Impeccable. Arigato Dome [Muchas gracias]”, they tweeted from the account of the world football organization.
The second surprise of the World Cup, after the loss of Argentina against Saudi Arabia, came with a Japanese comeback in just ten minutes after going behind the scoreboard for most of the contest and having few chances. The two goals for the Japanese team were scored by Ritsu Doan and Takuma Asano in 75 and 83, respectively.