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Japan supporters continue to gain an army of fans online as they stay behind to clean up the stadium AGAIN

Japan supporters continue to gain an army of fans online as they once again stayed behind to clean up the stadium despite watching their team lose to Costa Rica.

After seeing their nation record a shock victory over Germany in their opening game, heartbroken Japanese fans were devastated after Costa Rica’s Keysher Fuller stole all three points today.

However, while many soccer fans would have been distraught, Japan supporters once again showed their class by staying behind to clean up the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Qatar.

Japan supporters gave widespread support after they were photographed cleaning up not only for their own match against Germany, but also during the World Cup opening game, Qatar vs Ecuador.

Japan supporters continue to gain an army of fans online as they once again stayed behind to clean up the stadium despite watching their team lose to Costa Rica. Pictured: A Japan fan cleans up at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

Incredible Footage (Above) Showed Fans Holding Bags Inside The Stadium Before The Game Which They Would Then Use To Collect Rubbish In The Stands Afterwards.

Incredible footage (above) showed fans holding bags inside the stadium before the game which they would then use to collect rubbish in the stands afterwards.

Fans dressed in national colors hung back to collect bottles and food wrappers left in the stands.

The country has earned a reputation for similar goodwill in previous international tournaments and its admirable performance is already winning applause in the Middle East.

Incredible footage today showed fans holding bags inside the stadium before the match which they would then use to collect rubbish in the stands afterwards.

Their late heartbreak in Qatar opens Group E wide, but despite the fans packing the stadium, the Japan supporters stayed.

The admirable move in the sweltering heat of Qatar has once again been widely praised.

Despite Sweltering Qatari Heat And A Heartbreaking Defeat, Japan Fans Still Showed Their Class

Despite sweltering Qatari heat and a heartbreaking defeat, Japan fans still showed their class

After Seeing The Japan Fans Come Clean Again, 'One User Said: 'These Guys Are The Real World Cup Winners!'

After seeing the Japan fans come clean again, ‘One user said: ‘These guys are the real World Cup winners!’

Japan Fans Clean Up After Costa Rica Clash

Japan Fans Clean Up After Costa Rica Clash

Their late heartbreak in Qatar opens Group E wide, but despite the fans packing the stadium, the Japan supporters stayed.

One user said: ‘These guys are real World Cup winners!’

Another said: “Even after the loss, the fans of Japan cleaned the stadium.”

Meanwhile, the official FIFA account said: ‘In victory or defeat, there is always respect. Thanks for helping #SaveThePlanet, Japan fans!’

Another fan said: ‘I respect the fans in Japan even after losing 1-0 to Costa Rica.’

It’s becoming a recurring theme to see Japanese fans leaving no trace in stadiums.

Against Germany, he left his dressing room at the Khalifa International Stadium absolutely spotless.

Images shared on social media showed floors being swept, rubbish sorted into neat piles and even windows open for ventilation in Japan’s dressing room after their 2-1 win.

The Japanese Fans Expected Their Team To Emulate Their First Game In Which They Beat Germany 2-1

The Japanese fans expected their team to emulate their first game in which they beat Germany 2-1

Japanese Fans Have Explained That They Clear Up Because

Japanese fans have explained that they clear up because “our heart is clean, so the stands must be clean.”

The Official Fifa Account Said: 'In Victory Or Defeat, There Is Always Respect.  Thanks For Helping #Savetheplanet, Japan Fans!'

The official FIFA account said: ‘In victory or defeat, there is always respect. Thanks for helping #SaveThePlanet, Japan fans!’

In a lovely touch, the players and staff in Japan also left origami swans and a thank you note in Japanese and Arabic.

Japan fans have explained why they are collecting trash and cleaning up, even in games that don’t involve their nation.

One fan told Al Jazeera: ‘Our hearts are clean, so the stands must be clean. This means that the equipment reaches its destination.’

Japan'S Players And Staff Left Their Locker Room Immaculate After Celebrating A Shock 2-1 Win Over Germany In Their First World Cup Group Game.

Japan’s players and staff left their locker room immaculate after celebrating a shock 2-1 win over Germany in their first World Cup group game.

The Team Even Left Origami Swans And A Thank You Note In Japanese And Arabic For Their Hosts.

The team even left origami swans and a thank you note in Japanese and Arabic for their hosts.

Meanwhile, several fans are referencing the word ‘atarmate’, which translates to ‘state the obvious’.

A second fan said: ‘What they teach us is that leaving things cleaner than you found them is atarimae. And that we should always express gratitude.

And a third added: ‘It’s because our parents teach us and through education.’

In 2018, after a heartbreaking defeat in the closing moments of their World Cup round of 16 tie with Belgium, they earned a great deal of respect when they cleared the Rostov Arena.

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