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How did the fight between Mexican and Argentine fans happen?
Fans of both teams had a violent encounter on the way to a match that will be complicated for the players. According to a video circulating on social networks, fans of both teams fought. Although there is no official report, it is mentioned that some people were injured.

Fan violence at the World Cup: Mexican and Argentinian fans clash in Qatar-s.g.
There is also no report regarding the presence of authorities from the host country of the World Cup and they are not seen in the video, but the situation seems complicated, especially because there are three days left for the match to take place at the Lusail Stadium, where 80,000 fans are expected, eager for excitement and to see their national team win and close to the round of 16.

The blows, kicks and insults are a constant in the video that is circulating on social networks, under the gaze of dozens of onlookers who only record the moment; the Mexicans insulting and pronouncing the name of Lionel Messi. The Argentines prefer to go on their way after the violent encounter, while some Tricolor fans continue to provoke them.

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Mexico will arrive at this match after a good performance against Poland, a match that ended in a scoreless draw, but where Guillermo Ochoa saved a penalty kick; Argentina, on the other hand, arrives after a surprising 2-1 defeat against Saudi Arabia, which puts their participation in the World Cup at risk, since a loss this weekend could leave them out of the tournament.
On the other hand, FIFA opened an investigation against the Femexfut for alleged discriminatory chants made by its fans against Poland, which will surely be repeated and in greater numbers due to the rivalry with Argentina, so that Mexico could be sanctioned during that game but off the field.
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The postcards of the Qatar 2022 World Cup have left impressive images in terms of soccer, but not only that, and is that Japanese fans, true to their custom, can not stand that the stadiums are dirty, and are dedicated to picking up trash at the end of the matches they attend.

The Khalifa International Stadium, venue of the match between Japan and Germany, witnessed a truly unexpected victory of the Easterners over the Europeans, and when the match was over, the fans who traveled from Japan to Qatar, dedicated themselves to leave the stadium as clean as possible, and social networks applauded the attitude of the Japanese fans.

With blue garbage bags, the fans left the celebrations behind and instead tidied up the areas around their seats. In one video, fans in the highest rows were seen passing trash to others holding trash bags underneath.

Now, Samurai Blue fans are winning praise in Qatar for an off-field tradition that seems uniquely Japanese: cleaning up stadiums after other fans have left.