Despite having just watched their team get off to a winning start at the World Cup, many Senegal fans put their celebrations on hold in the aftermath of the 2-1 victory over Poland.
This was due to the fact that they were busy picking up litter and tidying their section of the stand at the Otkrytiye Arena in Moscow.
Supporters were filmed collecting trash and organising into neat piles to help the stadium staff in their clean-up operation.
Indeed, there were similar scenes over at the Mordovia Arena in Saransk, where Japan fans spent their time politely tidying up after themselves in the wake of their side’s 2-1 win against Colombia.
The Blue Samurai supporters did likewise at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, with Japan-based football journalist Scott McIntyre explaining that cleanliness is considered a vitally important part of everyday life in the country.
“It’s not just part of the football culture but part of Japanese culture,” McIntyre told BBC News at the time. “You often hear people say that football is a reflection of culture. An important aspect of Japanese society is making sure that everything is absolutely clean and that’s the case in all sporting events and certainly also in football.”