Japan’s Team Cleaned Up Their Locker and Left A “Thank You” Note after Losing To Belgium

From having the fastest train in the world the SCMaglev train with a top speed of 603 km/h (375 mph) running through their metro cities, Japan has left a mark internationally again. Yes, I think some of us will know how attentive, punctual, and disciplined Japanese citizens are, and the list doesn’t end here. This time they won over the hearts of millions in the world of Sports and yes, we are talking about the 21st FIFA World Cup 2018 hosted by Russia.

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The tournament started on 14 Jun 2018 and will last till 15 Jul 2018.

Match 54 that was held on Monday in Rostov Arena Russia, between Japan and Belgium.

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As the match started, team Japan was leading the game with 2-0 goals.

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Genki Haraguchi (48) and Takashi Inui (52) brought two goals down for the Japanese team.

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But sadly, Japan was defeated by Belgium by 3-2 goals in the 94 mins full time.

In the 69th minute into the game, Belgium’s player Jan Vertonghen scored a goal and five minutes later Marouane Fellaini scored another goal where both countries were running in a tie score of 2-2.

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