Just in case you missed it, Senegal became the first African country to win a game at the 2018 FIFA World Cup with a well-deserved 2-1 victory over Poland.
A first-half own goal from Polish player Thiago Cionek and a second-half strike from M’Baye Niang was enough to secure the Lions of Teranga a victory at the Spartak Stadium in Russia on Tuesday.
To top off a very memorable day, the Senegalese fans at the stadium showed a touch of class and a typical display of good African manners and home training by helping clean the stands after the match.
Take a look at the video below:
Senegal fans cleaning their section before leaving the stadium after their historic victory against Poland. This is class.
The best thing you will see today. ??? pic.twitter.com/3S1laMl9Hy
— Football Tweets (@FutballTweets) June 19, 2018
Here a few reactions to their helpful gesture and initiative:
The beauty of African people
— OPIZ (@OPIZ973) June 20, 2018
Fair play to them. #Respect
— steven rothwell (@steven_rothwell) June 19, 2018
Bravo bafethu , keep it up we are watching from home South Africa ??! We are behind ya all the way! Raise Senegal ?? rise!
— Khwinana jnr Mpotane (@MpotaneKhwinana) June 19, 2018
ONE LOVE SENEGAL ??????
— Khalilou Fadiga (@kf1011) June 19, 2018
Man imagine if everybody did this. Now rooting for Senegal to win the World Cup
— Dino Gautreaux (@nathan2014) June 20, 2018
— EPiC ♔ Isha (@EPiCIsha) June 20, 2018
Wishing the Lions of Teranga the very best in their subsequent matches! Keep making Africa proud!