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Fans loved Senegal's celebrations after World Cup win

21 June 2018

Japan's win of the World Cup match against Colombia is twice sweet as the actions of Japan fans off the pitch are winning the hearts of millions. There has only ever been one non-European victor - Brazil in Sweden in 1958 - and with the two traditional superpowers of south American football both drawing in the first round (Argentina and the Brazilians) against European opposition, it does not look like that 60-year hoodoo will be broken this time round.

The result leaves the African nation, famous winners over defending champions France in the opening match of their last World Cup appearance in 2002, level with Japan who beat Colombia 2-1 at Mordovia Arena.

Senegal's win over Poland during their first World Cup 2018 match still has folks celebrating, and rightfully so.

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Aliou Cissé is the coach of Senegal's World Cup team.

A Japan-based football journalist, Scott McIntyre, told the BBC that cleaning up is "part of Japanese culture".

Carlos Sanchez was deemed to have handled the ball and was subsequently red carded after just two minutes and 56 seconds - the second quickest sending off in World Cup history - and former Manchester United midfielder Kagawa capitalized from the spot.

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"Africa is full of quality and we're on the way", said Cisse.

If more participating countries adopt this habit, all the 15,000 volunteers who're working on the 2018 World Cup will have much lesser work to do. We were knocking on the door. I think that things have developed but it's more complicated in our continent - we have realities that are not evident in other continents.

"But we fully trust our football, we have no hang-ups". "That period was like, "yes, it's coming". We face realities that are not there in other continents.

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Fans loved Senegal's celebrations after World Cup win