After the match, the Japanese audience did something that won everyone’s heart

The FIFA World Cup 2022 has started in Qatar and the excitement of this tournament has reached its peak from the very first match itself. Fans are also crazy about FIFA World Cup. All eyes are on the players and the teams. But on the last day, some spectators who came there for the match […]
 


After the match, the Japanese audience did something that won everyone’s heart

The FIFA World Cup 2022 has started in Qatar and the excitement of this tournament has reached its peak from the very first match itself. Fans are also crazy about FIFA World Cup. All eyes are on the players and the teams. But on the last day, some spectators who came there for the match between Qatar and Ecuador caught everyone’s attention. During the match, there was a crowd of supporters of both the teams inside the stadium. Although some spectators arrived who were not from Qatar and Ecuador. Still he attracted everyone towards him.

 

Japanese fans did amazing after the match

In fact, the 2022 World Cup was inaugurated at Doha’s Al Bayt Stadium between host nation Qatar and Ecuador, with Ecuador emerging victorious. Some Japanese fans also turned up to watch the match. However, Japan is participating in the FIFA World Cup. After the match was over, these Japanese spectators won everyone’s heart with their performance. These Japanese fans were seen cleaning the stadium after the match. Something similar happened after Japan’s spectacular victories against Japan and Germany.

 

 

 

Japanese audience’s video goes viral

Fans of the island nation were seen picking up rubbish and cleaning the stadium after the opening match between Ecuador and hosts Qatar on Sunday in a video going viral on social media. This video is originally created by Umar Al-Farooq from Qatar.

won everyone’s heart

When Omar al-Farooq, who was making the video, asked the Japanese audience members why they were cleaning up, one of them replied, “The Japanese never mess up.” We respect the place. “We’re not doing this for the cameras,” said another fan wearing a Qatar jersey.

 

Stadium seating cleaned

Not just one or two people, but a large number of Japanese spectators cleaned the seating area of ​​the 68,000+ capacity stadium. He also picked up flags that had been left on the ground by other spectators or placed on stadium chairs. Farooq was also seen hugging some of the onlookers for his act.