Fans loved Senegal's celebrations after World Cup win

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The win was a surprise also because Japan changed coaches shortly before the tournament, and because Asian teams had failed to beat South American opposition in 17 previous World Cup meetings.

Argentine network TyC Sports shared a video of the kind act, saying that instead of celebrating the victory Senegalese fans showed respect by cleaning up their sector.

"This is my favourite moment of the World Cup so far; Japan fans picking up litter after their victory vs Columbia", one user Tweeted.

He said: "You often hear people say that football is a reflection of culture". It is a habit drilled into citizens from a young age, with students expected to clean their school classrooms and hallways.

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In yet another sensational Group H encounter on the Day 6 of the world tournament, Japan secured an easy 2-1 win over the Columbian opponent after the elimination of Columbian star Sanchez in the 3 minute of the game.

Colombia coach Jose Pekerman reacts after his team lost their match against Japan on Tuesday.

- Colombia's Carlos Sanchez offered no explanation for the early red card that put his team a man down for almost its entire game against Japan, but his coach and teammates backed him after the 2-1 loss.

Both sets of fans have been praised on social media for being considerate.

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Rabat- Egypt has lost its second game to win the World Cup's group stage to Russian Federation, ending its hopes for 2018, while Senegal was the first African team to win a game at the tournament.

The death threat brings to memory the death of Andres Escobar who was shot upon return from the United States of America '94 World Cup after he scored an own goal in the encounter with the USA.

The Japanese Embassy in Moscow told AFP Princess Takamado would also travel to Yekaterinburg where Japan will play Senegal on Sunday and where she will take part in a seminar on traditional "Kyudo" archery.

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