Japan team cleans locker room after World Cup heartbreak, leaves thank you note

The cleanest football team in the world.

Nyi Nyi Thet | July 3, 2018 @ 03:08 pm


Japanese fans are the best.

They have been absolutely killing it at this year’s world cup.

Japanese fans clean up stadium after Colombia loses 1-2 to Japan in World Cup 2018

Apparently, that civility extends to the players themselves.

Priscilla Janssens, UEFA general director, shared what the team did right after their heartbreaking 3-2 loss to Belgium in the round of 16 on July 3.

Image from Twitter

The plaudits followed soon after.

With some pointing out the thank you note they left behind.

In which, they wrote thank you, in Russian no less, to the host country.

And if you look real carefully, they even folded little origami swans.

The Japanese players are also one of the cleanest teams with the fewest yellow cards.

They accumulated five yellow cards in total throughout the tournament.

Teams that still in the tournament with fewer cards are England (two yellow cards) and Uruguay (one yellow card).


Japanese fans clean stadium

Despite their heartbreak and in between sobs, Japanese fans cleaned up the stadium after being defeated by the Belgians with a last-gasp goal.

Top image via Twitter

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