#Japanese fans clean up the area where they were seated after their #WorldCupRussia2018 encounter. What an example. How wonderful !! well done 👍🏾 #japan pic.twitter.com/F7QFs6q7XY — Leslie Ann Boisselle 🇹🇹🇹🇹🇹🇹 (@trinilab) June 19, 2018 Japan and Senegal both won their debut matches in FIFA World Cup 2018 group stages on June 19, Tuesday. After separate victories for both the teams, their fans decided to stay behind to help clean up the litter in the stadium instead of celebrating in the streets. #TyCSportsMundial Senegal consiguió un triunfo histórico. Pero sus hinchas en lugar de festejar a minutos de terminado el partido, se encargan de limpiar su sector antes de retirarse. #RESPECT. pic.twitter.com/RiKovpfmoT — TyC Sports (@TyCSports) June 19, 2018 Fans were filmed and people took their photos for the generous gesture shown by them, the videos and photos were later posted on social media. Within minutes, the photos and videos showing fans searching the stands for rubbish and cleaning it up went viral on social media. The fantastic effort made by the supporter was appreciated by all. https://twitter.com/DavidVujanic/status/1009171986914963457 Japanese football team won 2-1 over Colombia at the Mordovia Arena while the Senegalese national team also won 2-1 over poland at the Otkrytiye Arena, in Moscow.