Kagawa, Osaka help Japan down Colombia

Senegal and Japan fans help clean up stadiums following World Cup games

How nice! Japan and Senegal fans pick up trash after games at the World Cup

After their teams won surprising upsets, fans from Senegal and Japan each celebrated in the stadium, and when the partying was done, they stuck around and cleaned up.

Samara (Russia)- Australia held Denmark 1-1 in a Group C game here on Thursday to keep alive their chances of making it to the pre-quarterfinals of the FIFA World Cup.

Tourists take photos at the Red Square during the 2018 soccer World Cup in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, June 19, 2018.

Changes are coming to Colombia's team at the World Cup after a disappointing 2-1 loss to Japan.

Back in 2014, Falcao was ruled out of what was expected to be his first World Cup after injuring his knee. "We controlled the ball better, that is why we got the second goal", the 63-year-old added. Japan showed their class to beat the ten men on Colombia 2-1.

Kagawa duly dispatched the penalty and Japan should have been further ahead at the Mordovia Arena in Saransk when Takashi Inui and Yuya Osako each missed opportunities.

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"When you lose a critically important player three minutes into the game, it is tough", team's manager Jose Pekerman said.

Though Colombia too qualified for their straight second World Cup berth despite going win-less in their final four qualifying matches, they had a good record over Japan going into the opener. Senegal is the better team and Japan was helped drastically in its opening victory, but what's done is done and we often see teams get conservative when they're already sitting pretty in the group.

In central midfield, Pekerman hopes that playmaker James Rodriguez, who came on as a second-half substitute, will be fit enough to start against Poland in Group H. The Bayern Munich player, who was the top scorer at the 2014 tournament, has been suffering from a left calf injury in recent days. The goals were also scored by M'baye Niang on the 60th minute and Poland's Grzegorz Krychowiak on the 86th minute.

A Japanese princess is supporting her nation's team at the World Cup, becoming the first member of Japan's royal family to visit Russian Federation in more than a century.

Uruguay will face Saudi Arabia in the other Group A match at the Rostov Arena tomorrow.

World Cup games are known for starting on time, but not this one.

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