A Japan fan after his team's loss at the Rostov Arena Image: Twitter
Japan fans have impressed everyone yet again.
They first cleaned up the stadium stands after their group-stage clash against Senegal. And now, they again proved to be good Samaritans even after getting knocked out of the FIFA World Cup at the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don.
After securing a super surprising 2-0 lead against Belgium, they let the round-of-16 clash slip off their hands, eventually losing 2-3 to Belgium. But the defeat didn’t let them down.
Staying back after the 90 minutes were over, they set a fine example for every other visitor in Russia.
Belgium scored in the nick of time to ensure a quarter-final clash against Brazil on July 6. According to statistics, the Japan-Belgium round-of-16 game was the first World Cup game in 48 years where an opponent converted a 0-2 deficit into a victory.