Japanese football fans added humanity to the 2022 World Cup Qatar This week. After their country’s big upset victory over Germany, fans from Japan helped clean up the trash at the Khalifa International Stadium.
Until Wednesday, after the opening match of the tournament between Qatar and EcuadorJapanese fans also collected bottles and food left on the seats despite their team not even participating in the match.
Japanese fans even handed out trash bags to clean up trash from fans who watched the previous match.
One influencer from Bahrain, Omar Al-Farooq, recorded footage of the good deeds of Japanese fans after the opening match of the tournament and shared it on his Instagram account. He even asked the fans why they decided to stay and help clean up all the trash.
“We are Japanese and we don’t leave any trash behind and we respect this place,” one fan told Al-Farooq.
Al Farooq himself was inspired by the good deeds and decided to help Japanese fans clean up the trash.
Japanese fans also raised the flags of Ecuador and Qatar left on the ground and said the country’s symbols “inspire respect”.
Japanese fans are known for this.
Helped clean up trash during the 2018 World Cup Russia. After losing 3:2 at the hands of Belgium at this tournament, you could see how Japanese fans clean up the garbage and clean all the seats inside the Rostov Arena.