- Ghanaian fans have, in a display worthy of emulation, cleaned up the stadium after the win against South Korea
- The fans who emulated the Japanese culture of cleanliness resorted to tidying up the stadium as they exited after the game
- The video has generated exciting reactions online as some hope the fans bring home that positive attitude
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Some fans of the senior national team didn’t allow the magnitude of Ghana’s win over South Korea to get into their heads.
Before hitting the streets in jubilation, the Ghanaian fans went around the various stands in the stadium and cleaned it up.
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Stands of stadiums are usually littered with empty disposable cups, used food trays, and wrappers left behind for stewards and other stadium employees to clean up.
Qatar 2022 World Cup: Ghanaian Fans Leave Stadium Sparkling Clean
But Ghanaians witnessing the Qatar World Cup didn’t allow that to happen. When the referee blew the blast for the end of the match, Ghanaians got to work and left the stadium sparkling clean.
That action of the Ghanaian fans has generated exciting comments from netizens urging that this positive attitude be emulated back home.
Good work done , keep it up
Yaw Adu Gyamfi
Thanks to Japan for setting a good example!
Positive atitude, worth emulating.Thanks to Japan, the pace setters
Great move. Hope they keep this mentality and bring it back home.
Thank you Japan for teaching the world humanity. This is far better than rainbow takashi
KOBBY KINGS ·
They should come and do same in the country, and stop that outside gentility thing
William Baah Gyansah
Well done guys...very proud of you. Let us replicate this attitude back home
Kudus double for Ghana sinks South Korea in World Cup thriller
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Mohammed Kudus scored twice as Ghana beat South Korea 3-2 in a pulsating World Cup encounter on Monday to keep their World Cup hopes alive and leave Paulo Bento's side facing an early exit.
Mohammed Salisu opened the scoring against the run of play midway through the first half at Education City Stadium and Ajax midfielder Kudus doubled the Black Stars' lead.
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