The Japanese Fans Draw Attention in World Cup Qatar 2022 Stadiums

  • Publish date: Friday، 25 November 2022
The Japanese Fans Draw Attention in World Cup Qatar 2022 Stadiums
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Football fans are interested in what happens on the field most of the time, especially with the start of the World Cup, which is the most important global competition in history.

But looking at what is happening outside the green rectangle, we may see some satirical or comic acts that happen by the fans who come to watch the matches.

In the Japan vs Germany match, at the opening of Group E competitions, we saw a funny shot from a Japanese fan.

A Japanese fan was holding a banner that read: "To my manager, thank you for my two weeks off."

Of course, these happy feelings come after this fan came to Qatar and enjoyed the atmosphere of the World Cup, and even watched his team's victory over Germany in a very dramatic scenario that is one of the most prominent surprises of the World Cup ever.

In a related context, the fans of the Japanese national team made a wonderful gesture during the same match.

According to the British newspaper "The Sun", Japanese fans cleaned the stands of Khalifa International Stadium after the end of their country's match.

And this is not the first time, as a number of Japanese who attended the opening ceremony and the opening match of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, earned everyone's respect in behavior reminiscent of the fact that Japan is "another planet."

Where the pioneers of social networking sites shared videos showing Japanese fans cleaning garbage from Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor City, although it is not their team match.

Some of them said that the work they do is not because of the presence of cameras or in pursuit of fame, but rather that the Japanese fans do not leave residues behind.

And the Japanese fans previously drew attention at the World Cup in Russia in 2018, as they always cleaned the stadiums where the matches were attended.

It is worth noting that the Japanese national team achieved a historic 2-1 victory over Germany in the match that brought the two teams together at Khalifa International Stadium in the opening match of Group E of the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

Manchester City player Ilkay Gundogan opened the scoring for Germany in the 33rd minute

Before the referee canceled a goal by Kai Havertz at the 45th + 5th minute, due to offside.

In the second half, the Japanese team rose and scored the equalizer through Risto Doan (who plays for the German club Freiburg) at the 75th minute.

Before Takuma Asano (who plays for the German club Bochum) shocked Germany and its goalkeeper Manuel Neuer by scoring the second goal in a wonderful way in the 83rd minute.