FIFA WC: Osako's header snatches 2-1 win for Japan

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Russian Federation has a lot of measures in place to cop the amount of waste and this includes 15000 volunteers for the sole aim of keeping the stadium clean but let's just say Senegal supporters thought otherwise. The lessons in life we can take from the game.

"But we have to take into account that we played against 10 men for nearly 90 minutes so next game will be a different story, we have to think about that".

Japan's Gen Shoji gets above Colombia's Radamel Falcao to win a header during the group H match between Colombia and Japan at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Mordavia Arena in Saransk, Russia, Tuesday, June 19, 2018.

His sending-off in the third minute, for a deliberate handball, was the second fastest in World Cup history after Uruguay's Jose Batista was dismissed after 55 seconds against Scotland in 1986.

Not bad, Senegal and Japan.

"But their fans instead of celebrating minutes after the game are responsible for cleaning their sector before leaving #Respect".

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Colombia achieved its best-ever World Cup run in 2014, reaching the quarterfinals before being knocked out by host Brazil.

The West Africans, who received a lot of accolades on social media following their performance on the pitch, have added more accolades with their cleanup effort. However, the actions of the Senegalese and Japanese fans following the victory has given the football world plenty of joy and their counterparts from other countries ideal role models.

He said: "You often hear people say that football is a reflection of culture". We want to show that all other sporting events, including football in Japan, are also clean. He contributed 4 goals and 2 assists in 25 matches for the relegated FC Koln and will be hoping his fortunes turn this summer at the World Cup.

However, a persistent calf strain, which he first injured in February on duty with Bayern, has affected his World Cup preparations and he was unable to train last Friday.

Following their match against Senegal, who opened with a 2-1 win over Poland, Japan will play their final first-phase fixture against pre-tournament Group H favorites Poland in Volgograd on June 28.

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