After the Japanese team won the World Cup, they left the room in a mess

After their shocking victory at the World Cup, the Japanese players left the locker room “spotless”

On Wednesday, the soccer world was stunned when Japan stunned Germany with a 2-1 comeback victory in the Qatar World Cup. However, the victory of Japan was not the only event that garnered some notice during the tournament.

According to FIFA’s assessment, the Japanese national soccer team cleaned the dressing room immediately following the victory. An image of the locker area provided by FIFA shows the floors being swept and the towels being folded. Not only did the space give off the impression of being spotless, but the group also left behind several origami cranes and a note of gratitude written in Japanese and Arabic.

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FIFA characterized as “spotless” the changing rooms at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha in a tweet the organization sent.

In addition, according to FIFA, Japanese spectators volunteered their time to clear up trash in the stadium’s stands.

In a video released on Twitter, FIFA included a caption that read, “Huge admiration to these Japanese supporters.” The caption accompanied a clip showing many fans removing rubbish from the stands.

According to a tweet by FIFA, “supporters lingered behind to help collect plastic bottles and clean up the stadium.”

Japan will play Costa Rica on Sunday at 5 a.m. Eastern Standard Time in its second Group E match. Japan and Spain presently have three points, putting them in the second position in Group E, behind the leader Spain. The top two teams from each group will advance to the next phase, the knockout stage.

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