Senegal and Japan fans help clean up stadiums following World Cup games

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World Cup fans of Senegal and Japan have backed up sweeping victories on the pitch in Russian Federation with a spot of sweeping in the stands.

Senegal manager Aliou Cisse says he is "certain" an African team will eventually win the World Cup.

Japanese fans clean up the stadium after their 2014 World Cup soccer match against Greece at the Dunas arena in Natal, Brazil, on June 19, 2014.

But Africa is full of quality and we're on the way.

"But we fully trust our football, we have no hang-ups".

The Egyptian team had been playing against Uruguay when the photo was taken, and despite how the spectators were only watching the game on a screen at the Federation Internationale de Football Association fan zone in Moscow, they were still more than happy to carry the disabled man on their shoulders.

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Both Egypt, record winners of the African Nations Cup, and Morocco could both be effectively eliminated inside the first week, while Nigeria and Tunisia failed to offer any glimpse of potential as they lost their opening encounters.

Becoming the first Asian side to defeat a South American side at a World Cup.

"This is my favourite moment of the World Cup so far; Japan fans picking up litter after their victory vs Columbia", one user Tweeted.

Even if you're not insane about sports, the World Cup often brings out the best stories of compassion and worldwide peace. We were knocking on the door. "It's a bit more complicated in our countries. That period was like, "yes, it's coming". We face realities that are not there in other continents.

The weird, but generous, gesture is reportedly part of Japanese culture and came after Japan got their World Cup campaign off to a flawless start on Tuesday.

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